US dealers revise op risk standards

The revised document says determination of option in-the-moneyness and the subsequent notification of counterparties should be performed by an auditable electronic system. It also says that exercising options should be "segregated from sales and trading and performed by staff that liaise between the front- and back-office personnel". Furthermore, "systems should be designed to auto-exercise in-the-money transactions".

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