Credit derivatives set to hit $10 trillion by 2007, says Deutsche’s Misra

Speaking during a keynote address at Risk’s Credit Risk Summit Europe 2003 in London this morning, Misra said Deutsche Bank had commissioned consultants McKinsey to analyse the potential growth of the market. McKinsey’s findings predicted the credit derivatives market could grow to $10 trillion, based on strong demand from medium-sized banks to hedge their exposures to medium-sized corporates.

Growth could be even higher – $15 trillion by 2007 – if the high-yield credit derivatives market takes

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