Derivatives Dealers Mull Smaller Swaps

03 Feb 2012

Derivatives dealers are said to be exploring whether to downsize interest-rate and credit default swaps to hundreds of thousands of dollars rather than the more typical tens or hundreds of millions in the face of a rise in electronic trading and new regulations.

Derivatives dealers are said to be exploring whether to downsize interest-rate and credit default swaps to hundreds of thousands of dollars rather than the more typical tens or hundreds of millions in the face of a rise in electronic trading and new regulations.

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