The annual Isda meeting opened in Tokyo on Tuesday and runs until Thursday
Industry participants and regulators have
gathered in Tokyo to discuss the impact of regulatory change on
the derivatives market, and assess how firms can meet the
demands of changing market structure.
The International Swaps and Derivatives
Association’s (Isda) annual general meeting kicked
off in Tokyo on Tuesday, with chief executive officer Scott
O’Malia to formally open proceedings on
"After more than six years of virtually
solid rule-making, the focus of regulators and industry
participants is now shifting perceptively from regulatory
development to assessing impact and refining calibration. Many
firms are thinking hard about how to adapt to the new
regulations, and ISDA is working to help provide standards and
solutions to meet the evolving market structure," said
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