Why the CFTC Should Regulate CDS

20 Nov 2008

A week ago, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Reserve Board and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission signed a memorandum of understanding to implement a central counterparty solution for credit default swaps.

 Philip McBride Johnson, Skadden-Arps

Philip McBride
Johnson
 

A week ago, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Reserve Board and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission signed a memorandum of understanding to implement a central counterparty solution for credit default swaps. Here, Philip McBride Johnson, former chairman ...

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