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Clearing risks

ARTICLE - Following the publication of the G30 report last week this article describes the report as both wise and practical and it will serve as a road map that the many actors from the private and public sectors can use to reach the common destination of far more secure financial markets.

First published in the UK edition of the Financial Times on 24 January.

No householder thinks about the plumbing until it goes wrong. Similarly, in international securities markets the vital backroom services

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