In the report Central counterparty default management auctions – Issues for consideration, the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures (CPMI) and the Board of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) described issues for further industry work to consider the design and conduct of CCP default management auctions. These issues were structured into three categories of work where the policy standing group of CPMI-IOSCO sought industry action.
After the publication of a joint paper, developed by CCP12, the European Association of CCP Clearing Houses (EACH), FIA and ISDA on category 1 issues, which addresses several terminology and operational issues, the associations together with client associations, the FIA Principal Traders Group and the Managed Funds Association, have developed and published a further three papers on category 2 issues:
- Joint association paper on Client Participation in a CCP Default Auction
- CCP12/EACH paper on CCP Governance and Default Management Groups
- FIA/ISDA paper on Governance of CCP Default Management Processes and the Role of Default Management Groups
The associations continue to work on the third category, which includes potential nascent and emerging practices, such as synchronizing default management processes and identification of potential hedges between CCPs.
- CCP Recovery and Resolution
- CCP Risk
- Operational and Regulatory Guidance
- Position Papers
- Public Policy Submissions
- Regulatory Responses