PORTFOLIO MARGINING China - Collateral concerns - A lack of clarity over the validity and enforceability of collateral and close-out netting in China continues to pose concerns for derivatives practitioners. The authors examine the rules regarding the use of offshore collateral.
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Risk : managing risk in the world's financial markets. - London : Incisive Financial Publ, ISSN 0952-8776, ZDB-ID 10494753. - Vol. 19.2006, 7, p. 56-58
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China - A new master - China took another significant step forward in the development of a unified single master derivatives contract in March with the launch of the revised Nafmii Master Agreement. The authors look at the mechanics and special features of this agreement.
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CHINA: Setting a template - The publication of a master agreement for renminbi-denominated forwards and swaps in July means there is now a standard regulatory template for derivatives use in China. The authors outline the key features of the new document
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