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With regulatory implementation of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Financial Protection Act of 2010 well underway, it has never been more critical for counsel and their corporate clients to have a deep understanding of the implications of these regulatory changes on the banking, securities, and financial services sectors. At Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, we've created the Dodd-Frank Manual Series to identify the issues, explore the topics, and dissect the need-to-know regulations.
Each volume in this new series, written by Wolters Kluwer Law & Business Attorney-Editors, explains issues by Title of the Act, providing a focused discussion and analysis of specific topics that will expedite your research, giving you the knowledge to confidently advise clients and ensure corporate compliance.
This volume, Derivatives (Title VII), authored by Wolters Kluwer Attorney-Editors Lene Powell, J.D., and James Hamilton, J.D., LL.M., explains the extensive derivatives reform measures implemented by the Dodd-Frank Act and accompanying regulations. The authors analyze the impact on various entities, including swap and security-based swap dealers and major swap participants, designated contract markets, swap exchange facilities, and derivatives clearing organizations. They also cover new registration, reporting, and recordkeeping requirements; new product and entity definitions; protection of cleared swaps customer contracts and collateral; and more.