CCP model secrecy is ‘wrong and unjustifiable’, says BoE official


Central counterparties (CCPs) should make full details of their risk and margin models publicly available, and any attempt to withhold information on the basis it is proprietary is wrong and unjustifiable, according to a senior Bank of England official.

Speaking at the OTC Derivatives Clearing Summit Europe in London on November 6, Edwin Schooling Latter, head of the payments and infrastructure division at the Bank of England, said a variety of new, relatively small derivatives users will be

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