Central counterparties need to improve after Nasdaq Clearing member default, says Isda

By Dan Alderson

Derivative central counterparties (CCPs) must look to make a number of improvements to risk practices, the International Swaps and Derivatives Association has said in a paper that follows a clearing member default at Nasdaq Clearing in September

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