"The book discusses how to reduce risks associated with OTC derivatives and how to increase derivatives market transparency in order to prevent future financial turmoil. It is suggested that, moving OTC derivatives to central counterparties (CCPs) reduces counterparty risks, but it requires additional costs and weakens incentives for market participants to move their transactions to CCPs. Trading derivatives in organized trading venues increases market transparency, but it also requires huge investments to establish trading in such venues. This book discusses about such problems to improve risk management in OTC derivatives market. Thus this book is carried out to fulfill several motivations and it is important for many parties, such as regulators, investors, banks, hedge funds and other financial institutions. In addition, the book is useful for undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students interested in the regulation of financial derivatives and the global financial crisis."