Trade body has outlined its fears over the adoption of trade reporting rules
The International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA)
has warned an absence of counterparty consent for cross-border
trade reporting could force firms to stop trading.
In an open letter to the industry, the trade association has
highlighted issues over reporting transactions with
counterparties outside of the region where the swap was
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