Clear up the CDS log-jam

Credit has been a happy hunting ground for a steadily increasing number of aggressive buy-side institutions for the past two to three years, and it is their preoccupation with primarily credit default swaps (CDS) – and collateralised debt obligations to a lesser degree – that has prompted HFIT to focus this month's feature on this market.

As Stewart Eisenhart reports, one of the big challenges facing participants in the CDS market is the processing of such instruments, which, while the actual

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