Using the End-User Exception to Dodd-Frank

January 22, 2015

Carla Bennett of Chatham Financial talks about factors that non-financial companies attempting to mitigate financial risk may consider when deciding whether or not to use the end-user exception to clearing under the Dodd-Frank Act. She then discusses how many firms decide that it makes the most economic sense to elect to trade under the end-user exception rather than trade via a central clearing house.

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