Trade body has called on global regulators to standardise reporting
The International Swaps
and Derivatives Association (Isda) has called on global
regulators to standardise reporting regimes to allow greater
transparency in the derivatives markets.
The trade association,
which represents the world’s top banks, released a
report on Thursday outlining a number of key principles and
initiatives for regulators, market participants and industry
service providers to improve transparency.
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