The EU’s proposals on CCP location open the door to staggering new risks

The European Commission’s proposals to force large CCPs to submit to supervision or even move to the EU may send some shivers down the neck of anyone trading via a CCP. This is a case of regulatory over-reach to make up for the inability of a coordinated international policy. In the meanwhile, the Commission is pushing a dangerous precedent that could result in untold operational and financial risk for market participants.
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