Group of 11 trade bodies called for adoption of Isda’s reporting principles
Leading trade bodies
have backed a set of trade reporting principles developed by
The International Swaps and Derivatives Association (Isda),
aimed at promoting cross-border harmonisation and the adoption
of global data standards for derivatives
In a letter, sent to
the major global regulators on June 11, a group of 11 trade
bodies called for the adoption of Isda’s reporting
principles, which they say would mitigate the problems caused
by the cross-border implementation of derivatives reporting
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