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Zentrale Gegenparteien für den außerbörslichen Derivatehandel in der Praxis

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  • Neuner, Stefan
  • Schäfer, Klaus
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    Die aus der geringen Transparenz und mangelnden Standardisierung des außerbörslichen Derivatehandels resultierenden Gefahren sind durch die internationale Finanzkrise deutlich aufgedeckt worden. Nach dem Willen von Regulierungsbehörden soll diesem bisher weitgehend unregulierten Marktsegment durch den vermehrten Einsatz zentraler Gegenparteien (Central Clearing Counterparties (CCPs)) ein unmittelbarer Ordnungsrahmen gegeben werden. Seit kurzem wird deshalb der Markt für Kreditderivate teilweise zentral abgewickelt. Wie auch bei dem schon länger etablierten Segment für Zinsswaps zeigt sich, dass vor allem ein Anbieter das Abwicklungsvolumen auf sich vereint. Die Arbeit soll die Anbieter zentraler Clearingdienste - am Beispiel von LCH.Clearnet, Eurex und ICE Clear - charakterisieren und diskutieren, welche Faktoren für den Erfolg von CCPs auf Teilmärkten des außerbörslichen Derivatemarktes verantwortlich sind.

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    Paper provided by University of Bayreuth, Chair of Finance and Banking in its series Bayreuth Working Papers on Finance, Accounting and Taxation (FAcT-Papers) with number 2011-02.

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    Date of creation: 2011
    Handle: RePEc:zbw:bayfat:201102
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