One of the main initiatives taken by the Dodd-Frank Act is to encourage or require changes in the over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives markets. A main goal was to shift trading to more highly regulated, controlled settings.

Topic: As pointed out by Lofchie et al., public policy often relies on margin and capital requirements to encourage some types of market arrangements and discourage others. This is because such requirements raise or lower the costs of using market arrangements.

Why did the Dodd-Frank Act, and global financial regulators, try to restructure the OTC derivatives market? Briefly, how would you assess the extent to which national and global regulatory goals in this area have been attained?

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