Celent Securities & Investments Webinar: Swap Execution Facilities: What's Next?

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6 June 2014
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The use of swap execution facilities (SEFs) is altering the shape of the OTC derivatives trading in the US markets. Globally, the development is being monitored closely to see how it affects the OTC derivatives trading, market structure, and volumes, and also as a means of understanding the relevance of multilateral trading platforms for non-US markets. The introduction of the "made available to trade" (MAT) rule is expected to lead to more competition and better pricing. It would also offer smaller sell side firms a greater opportunity, as they would now be competing on their pricing and not past reputation. This step also signifies a make or break situation for the newer and smaller SEFs. If they are unable to garner any volumes in the next few months, then there is a high probability that they would be unable to stay in business.

How are the markets expected to evolve and what are the main lessons for market participants after the first few months? Join Dr. Anshuman Jaswal, Senior Analyst with Celent’s Securities and Investments Group, as he examines the latest trends and developments for SEF-based trading in the OTC derivatives markets in the US.

This presentation is based on the reports Swap Execution Facilities: Lessons Learned from Early Experience and Swap Execution Facilities: Market Evolution and Regulation.

This event is free to attend for Celent clients and the media. Non-clients can attend for a fee of US$250. If you are unsure of your client status, please contact Andrew Renzella at +1.617.262.3124 or

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