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RBA Glossary definition for CCP

CCP – Central counterparty

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The Australian Financial System

10 Sep 2013 FSR – September 2013
CCPs. The notional value of interest rate derivatives across all currencies submitted under these arrangements by Australian banks to the London-based CCP, LCH.Clearnet Limited (LCH.C), has accelerated sharply ... Given the increased importance of FMIs


6 Oct 2022 Bulletin
Insights into the economy and financial system from teams throughout the Reserve Bank of Australia

4. Financial Market Infrastructures

21 Oct 2021 PSB Annual Report – 2021
In the event that a participant defaults, the CCP takes over their portfolio. ... The Bank has determined two sets of Financial Stability Standards (Standards) – one for CCPs and one for SSFs.

Skin in the Game – Central Counterparty Risk Controls and Incentives

16 Jun 2015 Bulletin June Quarter 2015 PDF 96KB

The Australian Financial System

8 Apr 2021 FSR – April 2021
The reforms also embed the ‘unquestionably strong’ benchmark within the capital framework and more closely align the measurement of capital ratios with recently revised Basel III standards. ... to one another until the CCP is able to clear the trades

About RITS

20 Mar 2023
A general overview and information papers concerning RITS and its structure

Appendix C1. Financial Stability Standards for Central Counterparties | Assessment of ASX Clearing and Settlement Facilities

9 Mar 2023
In assessing whether a facility has met each of the CCP Standards, the Reserve Bank takes into account associated guidance. ... The following provides details of how ASX Clear and ASX Clear (Futures) observe each of the CCP Standards (including

A1. Financial Stability Standards for Central Counterparties | 2014/15 Assessment of ASX Clearing and Settlement Facilities

17 Aug 2023
in respect of the legal basis of significant new services (CCP Standard 1.4). ... ASX has a documented risk management framework, which is described under CCP Standard 3.1.

Developments in the Financial System Architecture

20 Oct 2017 FSR – October 2017
As the use globally of central clearing has increased in derivatives markets, standard-setting bodies have pursued an international work plan to ensure that CCPs themselves do not become ‘too big ... critical services to CCPs, which could lead to

China's Institutional Impediments to Productivity Growth | Conference – 2016

18 Mar 2016 Conferences
Harry X Wu
This approach has now become the international standard and has also been applied to the Chinese economy in Cao et al (2009). ... Some features of the CIP data should be noted. The classification of industries, in principle, adopts the 2002 version of