CPDCs aim to lure structured credit-shy investors back to market

The announcement that alternative asset manager DeSari Capital has moved a stage closer to launching its credit derivative product company by signing up Calypso for its software requirements is a sign that CDPCs are intensifying their activity in the market.

CDPCs provide credit default protection to counterparties by buying and holding credit default swaps, allowing specialist credit managers to make leveraged bets on highly rated exposures.

This would seem as opportune time for CDPCs to enter

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