ISDA Proposes Standards For Credit Derivatives


CREDIT derivatives and the international standards associated with them were high on the agenda of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association's annual general meeting, held in Sydney last week.

The conference also included a session on the litigation risks brought on by uncertainties over how foreign exchange contracts would stand up under European monetary union.

ISDA's 12th annual general meeting was kicked off by a presentation on documentation for derivatives trading, focusing on

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