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Tradeweb launches online resource on derivatives regulation

11 February 2010  |  1971 views  |  0 Source: Tradeweb

Tradeweb, a leading global provider of online markets, today announced the launch of DerivAlert.org, an online resource providing essential news, commentary and insight on OTC derivatives reform.

Tradeweb launched the unique site to raise awareness and better inform market participants of potential upcoming changes in OTC derivatives legislation. DerivAlert.org features:

  • Intraday updates on news and analysis, with links to major stories and commentary;
  • Opinions from market participants close to the ongoing reform debate;
  • Insightful research from the industry's leading analysis and consulting firms;
  • Answers to the most frequently asked questions on the derivatives debate, including Bills and a legislative timeline;
  • An interactive blog, focused on the key issues being talked about by market participants;
  • A Twitter feed to update market participants about the latest news and content added to the site.

DerivAlert.org is a complimentary service to the industry, offering subscribers frequent e-newsletters and important updates on news and information related to derivatives reform.

In conjunction with the launch of the site, DerivAlert.org users will receive access to a groundbreaking new TABB Group research report, 'OTC Interest Rate Swaps and Beyond: The Path to Electronic Markets.' This 30-page analysis investigates the future of electronic trading and clearing in the OTC derivatives markets.

"Market reform is the central debate being conducted by the OTC derivatives industry today. By providing an information portal that allows for open discussion and thought leadership, we are looking to raise the level of understanding around these critical issues," said Lee Olesky, CEO of Tradeweb.

"This is a new era for OTC derivatives," said Larry Tabb, founder of New York- and London-based TABB Group, a leading capital markets industry research and consulting firm. "Greater transparency and more efficient trade processing will inevitably drive the industry towards electronic markets. Not only will this provide a more efficient and effective way to execute OTC derivatives transactions, but without it, full workflow automation is impossible."

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