Clearing and settlement
Dermot Turing is a regular speaker and writer on financial markets infrastructure issues, in particular problems concerning failed banks and risk management. While at Clifford Chance, he advised on the failures of Lehman Brothers, Northern Rock, Barings and BCCI. During 2016-17 he was an independent expert member of the European Post Trade Forum, and co-edited its report.
Clearing and Settlement (Second Edition, Bloomsbury Professional, 2016). This textbook covers all legal aspects of financial market infrastructures. For review, see Markus Heidinger, Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation (2017), vol 33, No.1, pp 34-35.
…exactly what practitioners need to find orientation among the tsunami of regulatory developments of recent years…For the law and regulation of clearing and settlement, Turing has undertaken this tremendous task. — Markus Heidinger, Wolf Theiss, Vienna * Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation, Volume 33, Issue 1 *
‘The Morning After – the impact on collateral supply after a major default’ (2018) (with Manmohan Singh). IMF Working Paper No. 18/228. Ten years after the Lehman Brothers default, the paper looks in particular at the effect of the Liquidity Coverage Ratio on market participants in a post-default scenario.
‘Central counterparty resolution: an unresolved problem’ (2018) Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures, vol 6, no 2/3, pp 187-206 (with Manmohan Singh); substantially replicated as IMF Working Paper 18/65
‘What do we do with troubled CCPs?’ (2017) Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc, vol 70, pp 279-282
‘The Extra-Territorial Regulation of Clearinghouses’ (2016) Journal of Financial Regulation, vol 2, no 1, pp 21–55 (with Yesha Yadav); available here.
Selected speaking engagements
AFME Post-Trade Conference (May 2018)
IMF, Washington, DC (October 2017)
Financial Market Infrastructure Conference, De Nederlandsche Bank, Amsterdam (June 2017)