Preparing for domestic credit derivatives in India

Preparing for domestic CDS


Indian regulators have debated allowing domestic credit derivatives trading for many years, and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has twice judged the timing inappropriate and pulled back. However, the August release of the RBI's Draft Report of the Internal Group on Introduction of Credit Default Swaps for Corporate Bonds signalled intent to move forward with introducing this important risk management tool to the domestic market.

The RBI received substantial feedback during a public consultation

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