Transparency needed to quell frontrunning fears in credit

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Frontrunning in the credit derivatives markets needs to be tackled, according to Bart Broadman, founder and head of Singapore-based hedge fund Alphadyne Asset Management.

Broadman, speaking at Credit magazine's sister publication Asia Risk's annual conference, said there may be "no Eliot Spitzer for the credit markets, no overarching regulator; but frontrunning or potential insider trading is going to get a lot of scrutiny".

Broadman added that one development the credit market in Asia is crying

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