Equity derivatives

Special report


Equity derivatives markets have long lagged the fast migration to electronic confirmation seen in other asset classes. There are various reasons for this – the sheer diversity of instruments, geographic idiosyncrasies and differences in underlyings, to name a few. But there are hopes the forthcoming publication of new equity derivatives definitions will help the market catch up.

The industry has been working on the new documentation since early last year, with the aim of creating more inclusive

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