US regulators have given a six-month reprieve from new margin rules.

Regulations have cut the number of derivatives clearing firms.

Firms will not be able to trade if documentation is not completed.

Market fragmentation is a key challenge, writes Brian Dunton of Eagle Investment Systems.

Uncleared margin rules are driving derivatives into central clearing.

MiFID II requires OTC derivatives to have a product reference number.

New margin requirements for bilateral instruments will make exchange-traded derivatives more attractive.

Outgoing Chair cites swaps regulatory framework and systemic risk mitigation as accomplishments.

Eurex is using the new platform to price its listed derivatives.

Regulator selects ICE service to become committee administrator