CDS Could Help China Control Bank Risk

China has been advised that derivatives such as credit default swaps could help it better manage its banking system’s risk, according to Liang Shidong, chief risk officer of China Bond Insurance.

  • 19 Jul 2010
China has been advised that derivatives such as credit default swaps could help it better manage its banking system’s risk, according to Liang Shidong, chief risk officer of China Bond Insurance. While China announced last month that it will soon introduce credit derivatives to the market, Liang urged ...

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