ISDA grapples with default scenarios in smart derivatives framework

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By Ross Lancaster
04 Oct 2018

The International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) has released a white paper on smart derivatives contracts, setting out a framework for how these could be built and function in scenarios such as defaults.

ISDA has been working on using smart contracts as a tool to standardise more of the derivatives market and automate more of its processes. The trade body, in partnership with Linklaters, published a white paper on the subject in August 2017

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