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Clear and present danger

8 May 2014 By Neil Unmack, Daniel Indiviglio

Post-crisis reforms shifted the lion’s share of banks’ derivative risk to clearing firms. Critics say this has just moved too-big-to-fail threats to opaque, undercapitalised behemoths. Regulators and clearers have made good progress tackling the problem. But both could do more.

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