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Understanding and Working with the 2014 ISDA Credit Derivatives Definitions
Credit derivatives have emerged from the financial crisis as a stronger and more robust product, and remain heavily used by financial institutions, corporations, insurers, asset managers and pension funds. Much of our original title, Credit Derivatives: Documenting and Understanding Credit Derivative Products, focused on the 2003 ISDA Credit Derivative Definitions. With the launch of the 2014 ISDA Credit Derivatives Definitions, which became market standard definitions for documenting credit derivatives transactions on October 6 2014, this new title will provide a detailed and comprehensive analysis of the new 2014 Definitions. This practitioner-oriented book will cover auction settlement; the amendments addressing the euro sovereign debt crisis and potential euro break-up of 2012; as well as changes for mandatory bail-ins, successors, guarantees, standardisation for mandatory clearing, credit events, delivery and much more. The 2014 Definitions are the first comprehensive update of the credit derivatives definitions in over a decade. This book covers the definitions in detail, while also discussing the differences with the predecessor definitions.The book provides practical reading for lawyers, whether in private practice or in-house, and all credit derivatives market participants looking to gain a solid understanding of the new definitions.
Author Edmund Parker is the global co-head of derivatives at Mayer Brown and an internationally recognised expert in the field.
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Yet for the practitioner, or, indeed, the legal researcher, there are precious few books that explain the legal design and documentation of credit derivatives. One such rare example is Edmund Parker's Credit Derivatives: Understanding and Working with the 2014 ISDA Credit Derivatives Definitions.1 As readers of this journal will be aware, all credit derivatives, including those linked to staged credit events, are constructed using industry standard form contracts, and that book is an invaluable guide to the negotiation and drafting of those contracts. Dr Paul Ali, Company and Securities Law Journal