Job Moves: who is hiring and where

The latest job moves and coverage of people making the news in the world’s financial capitals

US considers delay to OTC swap rules

CFTC discussing margin rules reprieve with regulators

Deutsche Börse nears Singapore move

Exchange’s expansion in city state is approved ‘in principle’

US banks call for action on clearing houses

Treasury secretary asked to examine ‘serious risks’

US still dominant derivatives superpower

CME’s lead over ICE will continue until Europe’s economy recovers

KRX to make sweeping derivatives reforms

Korean exchange unveils 10-point plan to revive trading

The Nasdaq logo is seen on the exterior of the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York, in this April 2, 2013
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Clearer OCC agrees capital raising deal

Options clearer in $150m equity raising with shareholders

Momentum grows as Euronext gathers pace

Euronext has been developing financial and commodity futures

LCH.Clearnet plans equity clearing fee cuts

Plans to cut charges at UK and French units

ICE urges caution on derivatives reform

Sprecher warns proposals could hurt European market innovation

NY investigates banks’ forex algorithms

Regulator probes possible systemic issue at Barclays and Deutsche

Clearing at a cost

Morgan Stanley estimates recovery plans could cost €100m-€450m

Euronext makes OTC market push

Exchange’s move reflects global overhaul of rules on equity derivatives

HSBC fires European head of currency trading

Departure of Stuart Scott comes in wake of bank’s forex settlement

LSE presses Europe to open derivatives trading

LSE chief Rolet calls for Europe to open up trading

US should consider tougher clearing rules

CFTC commissioner suggests deeper protections for customers

Fear of clearing houses ‘too big to fail’

Growing role creates concern over handling of $691tn in contracts

More must be done on bank conduct

Some hope is pinned on the fair and effective markets review

LCH.Clearnet set to record fall in notionals

First ever decline expected as bank capital rules bite

EU to delay new capital rules for banks

Push back due to argument with US over clearing house oversight

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