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    "post with central counterparties on their derivative transactions"

    Among the biggest at the moment is “collateral management”: helping financial institutions and companies manage the collateral that they are owed or that regulators want them to post with central counterparties on their derivative transactions.

    Does "with central counterparties" mean by with the help from them or just together with them?


    It's kind of blurry to me. If someone can just explain the phrase "with central counterparties", that would be pretty helpful. And your answers will be appreciated.
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    Re: "post with central counterparties on their derivative transactions"

    That sounds like a classic case of "business/management b*llocks" if you ask me. Although it's probably just financial speak which is why I don't understand it - something my bank manager would confirm.
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    Re: "post with central counterparties on their derivative transactions"

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    That sounds like a classis case of "business/management b*llocks" if you ask me. Although it's probably just financial speak which is why I don't understand it - something my bank manager would confirm.
    Thank you for your reply. I've updated my question. If you can tell what "with central counterparties" means, that would be very helpful.
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