Isda looks to past and future

New angles


Members of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association celebrated two decades of derivatives achievements at the trade body’s twentieth annual general meeting in Barcelona last month. The congregation of derivatives professionals gathered this year was notable for its number of ‘old guard’ former chairmen and board members, who spoke about some of the issues faced by the industry in the past. But speakers and delegates also debated new initiatives aimed at solving current

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