ISDA's Issues Expanded Credit Definitions

NEW YORK--Credit derivative traders and risk managers that are more concerned with the risks inherent in buying and selling credit derivatives than the protection the instruments offer should consider the "1999 ISDA Credit Derivatives Definitions" handbook. These definitions released by International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) appear to offer more concise definitions of credit events and settlement instructions, as well as coverage of an expanded list of credit instruments that

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