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Inside The Deal: Paul Hastings' Robert Claassen on the regulation of credit default swaps

Published December 17, 2008 at 10:35 AM


There has been a lot of debate over the lack of transparency in the credit default swaps market. In this episode of Inside The Deal, Suzanne Stevens speaks with Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP partner Robert Claassen about the creation of a central clearinghouse for CDSs and the implications the initiative would have for the broader market.

Also see:
University of Chicago's Douglas Baird on the risks of transferring risk
ISDA's Robert Pickel defends credit default swaps
SEC wants to fast track creation of CDS exchange

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