Asian Regulators Push Local, Plain-Language Masters

23 Mar 2011

Some emerging market regulators, including those in Malaysia and Indonesia, have called on major dealers to draft not only local-language versions of International Swaps and Derivatives Association Master Agreements, but simplified, plain language versions in the local language for smaller corporates.

--Eleni Himaras

Some emerging market regulators, including those in Malaysia and Indonesia, have called on major dealers to draft not only local-language versions of International Swaps and Derivatives Association Master Agreements, but simplified, plain language versions in the local language for smaller corporates.

In Malaysia, Bank Negara Malaysia’s Product ...

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