Buy-side firms are frustrated by SEC's 11th-hour margin change

03/12/2013 | Risk.net (subscription required)

The Securities and Exchange Commission has introduced a stopgap margin alteration on certain credit default swaps that is forcing most buy-side market participants to put up more collateral than is required of central-counterparty members. Buy-side firms say the measure will interfere with liquidity.

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