Isda's man in China



Keith Noyes had held his new position as Asia-Pacific regional director for the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (Isda) less than six days before establishing his hectic travel schedule for the next six months. On top of trips to members and authorities in the organisation's key constituencies of north Asia, Australia and Singapore, Noyes is preparing for the coming explosion of activity out of China and India.

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