Risk glossary


Over-the-counter (OTC)

An OTC deal is a customised derivatives contract usually arranged with an intermediary such as a major bank or the trading wing of an energy major, as opposed to a standardised derivatives contract traded on an exchange. Swaps are the most common form of OTC instrument.

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