Isda AGM Singapore: Asia to stay high on Isda’s agenda

Asia will continue to stay high on the agenda of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, both in terms of the development of local financial markets and as a location for future meetings, officials said at the trade association's annual general meeting in Singapore.

In the conclusion to his keynote address at the annual general meeting in Singapore, Michael Rees, chief executive for wholesale banking at Standard Chartered Bank, told delegates: “Isda has, and will continue to play, a very important role in the development of the Asian financial market. I would encourage the board of Isda to ensure Asia stays very high on your agenda and high on the cycle of locations for these meeting.”

This is the first time that Isda is holding its AGM in Singapore. Last

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