Credit

Credit

The Credit division monitors developments in policy and market structure that might affect the corporate bond and loan markets. 

The division develops market policy and best practice on issues related to corporate bond price transparency and valuation and over-the-counter derivatives in cooperation with the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA).

Credit division priorities

  1. EC MIFID II finalisation – continue to provide active technical input into the MiFID process.
  2. Produce educational and technical documents to help draw attention to the issues surround European credit markets.
  3. Participate in industry leading events, including AFME's  Market Liquidity. conference, which focus on credit issues for AFME credit trading businesses.
  4. To monitor developments in other regulations which could impact credit trading, including short selling and others.

 

AFME latest news (Responses)

 

Capital Markets Union (CMU)

AFME reports
Regulatory releases

 

Key Initiatives

European Commission
IOSCO
FMSB

 

MiFID II

AFME reports
Industry documents
 Regulatory releases

 

Market Liquidity

Regulatory studies
Market studies

Board

  • Mariano Goldfischer, Chair

    Crédit Agricole CIB

  • Ruud Teeuwen

    ABN AMRO

  • Andrew Lally

    BAML

  • Roberto Lucchini

    Banca IMI

  • Adeel Khan

    Barclays

  • Victor Rodriguez Garcia

    BBVA

  • Olivier Renart

    BNP Paribas

  • Amit Raja

    Citi

  • Chris Orr

    Credit Suisse

  • Hans Henrik Duus

    Danske Bank

  • Gavin Colquhoun

    Deutsche Bank

  • Mehmet Mazi

    HSBC

  • Santiago Braje

    ING

  • Sanjay Jhamna

    J.P.Morgan

  • Rehan Latif

    Morgan Stanley

  • Peter Duenas-Brckovich

    NatWest Markets

  • Hakan Guney

    Nomura

  • James Chapman

    RBC Europe Limited

  • Álvaro Ballesteros Rodríguez

    Santander

  • Chris Grimston

    UBS

  • Terence Tsang

    UniCredit

  • Nicholas Bennett

    Wells Fargo