Brexit and derivatives transactions – some practical perspectives – Lexology

EU and UK derivatives counterparties are now having to grapple with different sets of rules in the EU and the UK when trading derivatives with each other, following the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020. This article sets out some practical perspectives on how to navigate these rules and what impact […]

Sustainability-linked derivatives – Lexology

The challenges posed by climate change affect all sectors, and financial markets have a major role in providing the funding needed for the global transition to a sustainable economy. In relation to sustainable finance, derivatives can play an important role in this transition and support the allocation of long term capital to sustainable sources. This […]

EU bond issuance and the impact on the derivatives landscape –

Risk and finance professionals convened for a webinar in association with Eurex to discuss the impact of the European Union’s groundbreaking Support to mitigate Unemployment Risks in an Emergency – known as Sure – Next Generation EU bond issuances on the derivatives market and factors influencing rollout of associated products The panel Moderator: Lee Bartholomew, Head of Fixed […]

Bitcoin futures open interest hits new ATH as traders flock to derivatives – Cointelegraph

With BTC again edging toward all-time highs, a large volume of money is flowing into the Bitcoin derivatives markets. According to crypto market data aggregator Glassnode, outstanding futures contracts pushed into new all-time highs on March 11, with open interest across exchanges approaching $20 billion. More capital is flowing into the derivatives markets, as the […]