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Markets  |  September 11, 2012 15:09:57

It's off to the next big trouble - banks want to circumvent regulation camouflage risky business of its clients with derivatives


Giant banks such as JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Bank of America are helping their clients to find the additional $ 2.6 trillion to cover risky derivatives trades. New regulatory rule that from next year to tighten the conditions for collateral. Bloomberg interested sources confirmed a report on the condition of anonymity.

Banks devise strategies for their clients to get additional funds to cover derivatives transactions. The new regulation mandates insurance only securities that have a higher rating than A-grade, which is 4 degrees above the speculative zone. The market for government bonds of countries TOP-rated AAA or AA marks (eg USA, Germany or Japan), according to IMF data size of about $ 33 trillion. Market OTC (Over The Counter) derivatives yet reaches up to $ 650 trillion ...

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Je zaděláno na další velký malér – banky chtějí obejít regulaci kamufláží rizikových obchodů svých klientů s deriváty

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