India Issues Tough CDS Guidelines

The Reserve Bank of India has issued tough guidelines as it prepares to introduce credit default swaps to the country.

  • 24 Feb 2011
The Reserve Bank of India has issued tough guidelines as it prepares to introduce credit default swaps to the country. To ensure there is no trading risk CDS, the RBI has imposed high capital requirements, restrictions on which firms can trade swaps, a tight transaction norm and limiting ...

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