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Meeting The Initial Margin Challenge

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Meeting The Initial Margin Challenge

And why you should have started the process now if you need to comply in 2020

Sophie Marnhier-Foy, Calypso’s Global Principal Product Manager for Margin and Clearing Risk and Strath Lanyon, Director of Professional Services for APAC, were joined by ISDA’s Rahul Advani, Director of Public Policy, and Nnamdi Okaeme, Director of Risk and Capital

With the dust still settling on the latest crop of firms to comply with BCBS- IOSCO regulatory initial margin (IM) requirements, the spotlight turns on the much larger number of firms expected to fall in-scope in the remaining two phases: between 30 and 50 firms in Phase 4 (2019) and 750 to 1000 firms in Phase 5 (2020)

This means that the 750-1000 firms needing to comply in September 2020 should be starting the process now, while the 30-50 subject to the 2019 deadline should have preparations well in hand

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