Basel III allows contingent credit default swaps (CCDSs) to be used as a mitigant when calculating credit value adjustment. Advocates of CCDSs hope that will give the market some momentum – but others...
After five years as secretary-general, Stefan Walter left the Basel Committee at the end of October. He accepts regulators had the wrong pre-crisis agenda, but argues Basel III puts things right. By Duncan...
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