Washington, D.C.—June 9, 2015—Today, FIA Global, in cooperation with the law firms Linklaters and Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, announced an interactive tool to compare and assess the rules of central counterparties (CCPs) within the FIA CCP Risk Review™.
The FIA CCP Risk Review is a comprehensive guide to the complex and frequently-updated rules governing CCPs and their associated services. Subscribers to the FIA CCP Risk Review can view up-to-date responses to questions on CCP policies and procedures in a simple, standardized format at www.ccpriskreview.org. With the launch of the new interactive online tool, subscribers can create custom reports that detail the precise variables of interest to their organization.
“The FIA CCP Risk Review custom reporting tool will make it easy for clearing members and other users to quickly compare, analyze, and understand policies across CCPs and their services,” said Jackie Mesa, executive director of FIA Global. “We’ve created a clean, user-friendly interface that enables subscribers to access current rules and create custom, tailored reports in seconds, saving hours of time on research. Firms who subscribe to the FIA CCP Risk Review can use this tool to get a timely, accurate and detailed picture of CCP risk and risk management procedures.”
The FIA CCP Risk Review currently has detailed information on more than 30 CCPs and their associated services, with more CCPs being added on a rolling basis.”
The FIA CCP Risk Review is designed for use by a broad range of market participants, including clearing members of CCPs, clients of clearing members, CCPs, professional advisers and regulators.
Current subscribers to the FIA CCP Risk Review include ten of the largest clearing members globally, who use the tool to evaluate and compare evolving regulatory obligations.
The custom reporting feature of the FIA CCP Risk Review is supported by HighQ Publisher, an integrated digital publishing and content marketing platform from HighQ, a leading provider of enterprise collaboration and publishing software.
For more information on the FIA Global CCP Rulebook Review and access to a trial version, please contact Jackie Mesa at +1 (202) 466-5460 or Mitja Siraj at +44(0)20 7090 1342.