Central banks seek more data on credit derivatives

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The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) is going to ask dealers in the credit derivatives market to supply more information about their business, including information on who they are dealing with.

The 61 dealing firms that currently report semi-annually to the BIS on their activity in over-the-counter derivatives already reveal their net outstanding positions in OTC interest rate, foreign exchange, equity and commodity derivatives. These positions, say the BIS, totalled just over $197

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