Brexit disruption risk for derivatives is uncomfortably high, Nicky Morgan tells ISDA conference

By Dan Alderson

Brexit cast a long shadow over the International Swaps and Derivatives Association’s Europe Conference in London this week, as keynote speaker Nicky Morgan, chair of the UK’s House of Commons Select Committee, said the likelihood of a no-deal scenario is over 50% and warned about the disruption this would cause to derivative markets

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