Emerging Markets Weigh CDS Changes

Emerging markets credit default swap players are considering a move to the new standardized CDS format, following in the footsteps of their North American counterparts.

  • 23 Mar 2009

--Katy Burne

Emerging markets credit default swap players are considering a move to the new standardized CDS format, following in the footsteps of their North American counterparts. “They have started discussing it, and the same benefits will apply, but they can’t do it by April,” said one senior New ...

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