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Central counterparties : mandatory clearing and bilateral margin requirements for OTC derivatives

Author: Jon Gregory
Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley, 2014.
Series: Wiley finance series.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Practical guidance toward handling the latest changes to the OTC derivatives market Central Counterparties is a practical guide to central clearing and bilateral margin requirements, from one of the industry's most influential credit practitioners. With up-to-date information on the latest regulations imposed after the global financial crisis, this book covers the mechanics of the clearing process and analyses the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Gregory, Jon, Ph. D.
Central counterparties.
Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley, 2014
(OCoLC)881139132
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jon Gregory
ISBN: 9781118891568 1118891562 9781118891575 1118891570 9781118891582 1118891589
OCLC Number: 870286193
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 310 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Acknowledgements; PART I: BACKGROUND; 1 Introduction; 1.1 The crisis; 1.2 The move towards central clearing; 1.3 What is a CCP?; 1.4 Initial margins; 1.5 Possible drawbacks; 1.6 Clearing in context; 2 Exchanges, OTC Derivatives, DPCs and SPVs; 2.1 Exchanges; 2.1.1 What is an exchange?; 2.1.2 The need for clearing; 2.1.3 Direct clearing; 2.1.4 Clearing rings; 2.1.5 Complete clearing; 2.2 OTC derivatives; 2.2.1 OTC vs. exchange-traded; 2.2.2 Market development; 2.2.3 OTC derivatives and clearing; 2.3 Counterparty risk mitigation in OTC markets. 2.3.1 Systemic risk2.3.2 Special purpose vehicles; 2.3.3 Derivatives product companies; 2.3.4 Monolines and CDPCs; 2.3.5 Lessons for central clearing; 2.3.6 Clearing in OTC derivatives markets; 2.4 Summary; 3 Basic Principles of Central Clearing; 3.1 What is clearing?; 3.2 Functions of a CCP; 3.2.1 Financial markets topology; 3.2.2 Novation; 3.2.3 Multilateral offset; 3.2.4 Margining; 3.2.5 Auctions; 3.2.6 Loss mutualisation; 3.3 Basic questions; 3.3.1 What can be cleared?; 3.3.2 Who can clear?; 3.3.3 How many OTC CCPs will there be?; 3.3.4 Utilities or profit-making organisations? 3.3.5 Can CCPs fail?3.4 The impact of central clearing; 3.4.1 General points; 3.4.2 Comparing OTC and centrally cleared markets; 3.4.3 Advantages of CCPs; 3.4.4 Disadvantages of CCPs; 3.4.5 Impact of central clearing; 4 The Global Financial Crisis and the Clearing of OTC Derivatives; 4.1 The global financial crisis; 4.1.1 Build-up; 4.1.2 Impact of the GFC; 4.1.3 CCPs in the GFC; 4.1.4 LCH. Clearnet and SwapClear; 4.1.5 Lehman and other CCPs; 4.1.6 Responses; 4.1.7 Objections; 4.2 Regulatory changes; 4.2.1 Basel III; 4.2.2 Dodd-Frank; 4.2.3 EMIR; 4.2.4 Differences between the US and Europe. 4.2.5 Bilateral margin requirements4.2.6 Exemptions; 4.3 Regulation of CCPS; 4.3.1 Problems with mandates; 4.3.2 Oversight; 4.3.3 CCPs and liquidity support; PART II: COUNTERPARTY RISK, NETTING AND MARGIN; 5 Netting; 5.1 Bilateral netting; 5.1.1 Origins of netting; 5.1.2 Payment netting and CLS; 5.1.3 Close out netting; 5.1.4 The ISDA Master Agreement; 5.1.5 The impact of netting; 5.1.6 Netting impact outside OTC derivatives markets; 5.2 Multilateral netting; 5.2.1 The classic bilateral problem; 5.2.2 Aim of multilateral netting; 5.2.3 Trade compression. 5.2.4 Trade compression and standardisation5.2.5 Central clearing; 5.2.6 Multilateral netting increasing exposure; 6 Margining; 6.1 Basics of margin; 6.1.1 Rationale; 6.1.2 Title transfer and security interest; 6.1.3 Simple example; 6.1.4 The margin period of risk; 6.1.5 Haircuts; 6.2 Margin and funding; 6.2.1 Funding costs; 6.2.2 Reuse and rehypothecation; 6.2.3 Segregation; 6.2.4 Margin transformation; 6.3 Margin in bilateral OTC derivatives markets; 6.3.1 The credit support annex (CSA); 6.3.2 Types of CSA; 6.3.3 Thresholds and initial margins; 6.3.4 Disputes; 6.3.5 Standard CSA.
Series Title: Wiley finance series.
Responsibility: Jon Gregory.

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Practical guidance toward handling the latest changes to the OTC derivatives market Central Counterparties is a practical guide to central clearing and bilateral margin requirements, from one of  Read more...

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