Banks pledge further major changes to OTC derivative efficiencies

  • 01 Aug 2008

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York yesterday (Thursday) welcomed the latest commitments made by the 18 banks it is liaising with to further increase efficiency and diminish risk in the derivatives market.

Of the many pledges made, the New York Fed selects the determination to achieve confirmation matching ...

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