ISDA releases new standards and forms

Reynolds, Katherine M.
February 1998
Bond Buyer;02/02/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30322, p36
Trade Publication
Reports on the International Swaps and Derivatives Association's (ISDA) development of its first standardized form for credit derivatives transactions. Issuance of standards designed to speed automatic processing of over-the-counter and collateral transactions; Use of the `Confirmation of OTC Credit Swap Transaction' alongside an ISDA master agreement for either cash-settled or physically settled deals.


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