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U.S. corporate pension funds are finding that banks are reluctant to accept them as clearing clients for fear ERISA would treat collateral posted on their futures trades as assets of the pension plan if the plan filed for bankruptcy, according to Risk.net. The pension plans are trying to line up clearing for over-the-counter derivatives trades, but the banks fear the margin the pension funds post on those trades could be clawed back in the case of bankruptcy.

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