China CDS Launch On Hold

Discussion over the role of derivatives in the global financial crisis has prompted China to delay its launch of credit default swaps in its domestic market.

  • 01 Jun 2010
Discussion over the role of derivatives in the global financial crisis has prompted China to delay its launch of credit default swaps in its domestic market. Objections by regulators and government officials scuttled the pilot project, even after the National Association of Financial Market Institutional Investors renamed the ...

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