Banks Eye Broker/Dealers’ CDS Entry

Top derivatives dealers in the U.S. have been mulling what to do about a series of broker/dealers trying to get into the credit default swaps market now that exchange trading is on the horizon.

  • 23 Oct 2009

--Katy Burne

Top derivatives dealers in the U.S. have been mulling what to do about a series of broker/dealers trying to get into the credit default swaps market now that exchange trading is on the horizon.

Amid a regulatory mandate to see more competition and participation across the Street in ...

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