Self-Referenced Credit Structures Spark Interest

17 Dec 2008

Some market participants are starting to look at how they can benefit from their own credit spreads trading too wide by selling self-referencing credit derivatives from a third-party issuer, according to one market participant involved in structuring such a deal.

--Katy Burne

Some market participants are starting to look at how they can benefit from their own credit spreads trading too wide by selling self-referencing credit derivatives from a third-party issuer, according to one market participant involved in structuring such a deal.

It is unclear what the flow has been ...

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