Never underestimate the impact regulation has on the direction of global finance. It seems that every participant in the derivatives market has at least one major piece of impending legislation that will have a fundamental bearing on the way they use risk management products.

For corporates in particular, IAS 39 remains a source of uncertainty when it comes to use of derivatives. As we show in our special report on inflation (see page 17), this uncertainty is one of the reasons why utility

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