Financial Regulatory Forum

INTERVIEW-CME’s CEO is not anxious about reform delay

March 11, 2010

   By Ann Saphir and Jonathan Spicer
   BOCA RATON, Florida, March 10 (Reuters) – Craig Donohue, head of the world’s biggest futures exchange operator, said on Wednesday the growing number of months that regulators and politicians are devoting to revamping financial markets is a positive sign — not something to grow anxious over. (more…)

CME warns of one-size-fits-all market regulation

September 2, 2009

USA/   NEW YORK, Sept 1 (Reuters) – CME Group Inc <CME.O>, the world’s largest derivatives exchange operator, warned against forcing futures and equities markets into the same regulatory mold on Tuesday, ahead of hearings in Washington.

INTERVIEW – LCH.Clearnet wary of clearing some CDSs – chief executive

July 29, 2009

By Karen Brettell and Jonathan Spicer
NEW YORK, July 29 (Reuters) – LCH.Clearnet plans to offer clearing services for credit default swaps based on European indexes, but is wary about clearing contracts written on the debt of single issuers, Chief Executive Roger Liddell said in an interview on Wednesday.