Riksbank evaluates OTC derivatives market ahead of new rules


Swedish banks may still have to push up to 50% of their over-the-counter derivatives trades into central counterparty (CCPs) clearings, according to a report published by the Sveriges Riksbank assessing the changing face of the OTC derivatives market in Sweden.

The authors of the ‘economic commentary', Johanna Eklund, Maria Sandström and Johanna Stenkula von Rosen – all from the Riksbank's financial stability department – say participants in the OTC derivatives market will soon face increased

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