BoA May Modify Derivatives Marketing In Italy

Bank of America reportedly is trying to avoid a ban on selling derivatives to Italian municipalities by proposing changes to the way it markets the instruments.

  • 26 May 2010
Bank of America reportedly is trying to avoid a ban on selling derivatives to Italian municipalities by proposing changes to the way it markets the instruments. Sources said the bank is suggesting it would write derivative contracts in Italian and it would not treat municipal governments as professional ...

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