What FX industry thinks will spur Asia's derivatives growth

Close-out netting certainty and liberalisation of local markets are key, Isda survey finds

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Achieving legal certainty for close-out netting is the most important factor for the continued growth of derivatives trading in Asia, a survey conducted by the International Swaps and Derivatives Association reveals.

Nearly 50% of market participants taking part in Isda’s Asia-Pacific Derivatives Survey said that the enforceability of close-out netting is the most important factor contributing to the further development of derivatives market in Asia, ahead of regulatory certainty related to

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