Third Try: CSA Publishes Revised Mandatory Clearing Rules For OTC Derivatives

Our Business Law and Financial Services lawyers wrote an article on the Revised Clearing Rule Mandatory Central Counterparty Clearing of Derivatives (NI 94-101) — published by the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) in February 2016 — which modifies the proposed requirements for regulated clearing agencies to clear certain OTC derivatives transactions. The authors describe the new NI 94-101 requirements of the Revised Clearing Rule, as well as outline the changes that will now affect the Initial Clearing Rule drafted last February.

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