Regs Prompt Bank Rush To Electronic CDS Trading

25 Feb 2011

New regulations governing credit default swaps under the Dodd-Frank Act are spurring the rush by banks to launch electronic trading for CDS, according to Farooq Jaffrey, founder of credit derivatives trader Traccr.

New regulations governing credit default swaps under the Dodd-Frank Act are spurring the rush by banks to launch electronic trading for CDS, according to Farooq Jaffrey, founder of credit derivatives trader Traccr. Barclays Capital, UBS and Credit Suisse have all launched electronic trading in recent months.

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