U.K. Backs CDS Market Abuse Coverage

The U.K. Financial Services Authority and H.M. Treasury want to extend the Market Abuse Directive to cover credit default swaps.

  • 18 Feb 2010
--Hugh Leask

The U.K. Financial Services Authority and H.M. Treasury want to extend the Market Abuse Directive to cover credit default swaps.

In recent joint written evidence to the House of Lords E.U. subcommittee on derivatives, Treasury and FSA officials said they supported increased regulation that would curb manipulation in ...

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