ISDA Association News

Credit Default Swaps: Misconceptions, Generalizations and What We Actually Need to Know

ISDA dailyLead | Oct 27, 2016

Are single-name credit default swaps an efficient risk-hedging tool? How do they affect the supply and price of credit for borrowers? What is their impact on the economy? What role do they play in transmitting risk in the financial system? Please join Christopher Culp, Hal Scott and Mike Johannes for this two-hour afternoon roundtable discussion, followed by a networking reception, Tuesday, Nov. 1.

Agenda | Register

2016 ISDA Annual Regional Conferences. Registration open. Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available.

ISDA dailyLead | Oct 27, 2016

Spotlight on: New Margin Requirements

ISDA dailyLead | Oct 14, 2016

These conferences will provide a thorough explanation and comparison of the new margin requirements, corresponding new ISDA documentation and the ISDA 2016 Variation Margin Protocol. Conferences available in all regions:
Sydney -- Oct. 21 | Agenda | Register
Singapore -- Oct. 25 | Agenda | Register
Tokyo -- Oct. 28 | Agenda | Register
San Francisco -- Nov. 1 | Agenda | Register
London -- Nov. 24 | Agenda | Register

Data & Reporting Requirements: What you need to know

ISDA dailyLead | Oct 07, 2016

The Securities and Exchange Commission has finalized rules for the reporting of security-based swaps, including cross-border requirements and rules for the treatment of cleared and platform-executed trades. The SEC has also finalized rules for the registration, duties and core principles for security-based swap data repositories. This half-day conference offers an overview of these regulations and the related challenges and solutions. Register: SEC Security-Based Swap Reporting in New York on Oct. 26

Focus on: Dealer Resolution & ISDA Protocols

ISDA dailyLead | Sep 30, 2016

This conference offers an ideal opportunity to learn about new approaches to cross-border resolutions of systemically important financial institutions and understand recent ISDA initiatives designed to address regulatory requirements applicable to market participants. Specifically, this conference will provide a high-level overview of new resolution regimes and resolution strategies, as well as the treatment of early termination rights under ISDA Master Agreements. The conference will then provide an in-depth discussion of the ISDA Resolution Stay Jurisdictional Modular Protocol (ISDA Jurisdictional Modular Protocol) and the ISDA 2016 Bail-in Article 55 BRRD Protocol (ISDA Article 55 Protocol), which are designed to enable market participants to efficiently comply with relevant regulatory and legislative requirements.

Register: Dealer Resolution & Ending Too-Big-To-Fail on Oct. 6 in New York

Sign up for ISDA dailyLead

Designed specifically for finance professionals, ISDA dailyLead is a FREE, daily e-mail newsletter. By providing the latest need-to-know industry news and information, ISDA dailyLead saves you time and keeps you smart. Learn more