We last wrote about how the Volcker Rule's1 ban on Proprietary Trading impacts the ability of banking entities to buy and sell certain
On October 22, 2015, the federal prudential regulatory agencies issued a final margin and capital rule for covered swaps entities (the “Prudential
“Spoofing” is generally understood as a pattern in which a trader places and quickly cancels an order that was never intended to be executed. Such an
Introduction Lenders in secured bank financings frequently require or allow borrowers and their subsidiaries to hedge against interest rate, commodity andor currency fluctuations by entering into swap agreements or other derivative products (“swaps”) with financial institution counterparties.