ICICI takes Markit’s CDS data

ICICI Bank, India’s second-largest bank with assets of more than $79 billion, has signed up to Markit’s credit default swap pricing service.

UK-based data provider Markit offers mark-to-market CDS prices drawn from daily price contributions from 85 dealers.

“Markit’s CDS pricing is unparalleled and will provide ICICI Bank with critical independent price verification of our trading books across the 500 credits that we track,” says Singapore-based Suvek Nambiar, senior general manager and head of

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