ISDA published a compilation and comparison summary chart containing types of derivative instruments subject to regulatory initial and variation margin requirements in jurisdictions that have final requirements for regulatory margin. The covered jurisdictions include United States (including CFTC, prudential regulators, and SEC), EU, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Singapore, South Africa, and Switzerland. ISDA states that this document is intended as an information resource only and does not contain legal advice.
Related Link: List of Derivative Instruments Subject to Margin Rules
Keywords: International, Banking, Securities, Initial Margin, Variation Margin, OTC Derivatives, Derivative Instruments, ISDA
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