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Multinational corporations, pleasantly surprised by US regulators unexpectedly exempting them last month from uncleared swap margin requirements, now anxiously await the outcome of the European proposal. It would require European financial institutions to impose margins on all corporate counterparties outside Europe and could result in a fragmented and more costly swap market.
At a London briefing the European finance-sector audience hears how US primary, secondary and sector-specific sanctions are impacting their business dealings.
Regulatory compliance will feature high on the agenda at Sibos 2014. Trade finance is feeling the impact, as various regulators attempt to stamp out misuse and abuses.
Sibos 2014 is returning to the city of Boston, where the event was last staged in 2007. Finance has radically changed in the interim, with post-crash regulation and compliance high on this year’s agenda, alongside Russian sanctions and digital currencies.