Derivatives dealers step up efforts to slash trade backlog

Industry parties unveil the next initiative in the fight to improve credit derivatives settlement


The credit derivatives industry's efforts to tackle trade confirmation backlogs and settlement issues continued in the first quarter of 2006, with a flurry of high-level meetings attended by dealers, money managers, hedge funds and regulatory bodies. In mid-February, the Federal Reserve met with 14 of the major dealers to discuss progress and to establish further targets. And in early March, the Counterparty Risk Management Policy Group (CRMPG) II - a broad industry group led by Goldman Sachs

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