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FIA issues direct market access recommendations

FIA issues direct market access recommendations

27 April 2010 3:00pm EDT

The FIA has issued a report that recommends a number of principles for managing the risks in direct access to exchanges. This type of arrangement has become increasingly common among derivatives exchanges in many parts of the world. The report recommends that exchanges establish certain risk controls and apply those risk controls across all trading firms. This will ensure a level playing field in terms of the latency of trading and avoid creating competitive pressures among clearing firms and trading firms to reduce the latency of trading by applying fewer risk controls. The report was drafted by a working group consisting of representatives from derivatives exchanges, clearing firms and trading firms. The report is the latest in a series of FIA initiatives that promote best practices in the listed derivatives markets worldwide.

 

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