Buffett, buy-in and Basel at Isda AGM

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The International Swaps and Derivatives Association’s eighteenth annual general meeting in Tokyo last month highlighted positive trends – such as the adoption of hedging by the majority of world’s largest corporates – but also a host of pressing problems – such as the contraction of Japanese derivatives markets, Basel II and credit derivatives, and the need for an industry response to legendary trader Warren Buffett’s criticisms.

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