All non-US sovereigns would be asked to start posting collateral on bilateral derivatives trades with US counterparties, under a new joint proposal from five US regulators - a radical attempt to change the status quo for sovereign derivatives users, many of which currently refuse to post collateral, despite the funding and capital costs this creates for dealers.
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