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If a CDS were actually treated like an insurance policy, it would not be tradeable.  The CDS could only be held by the buyer of a named beneficiary, and the payment obligation could be transferred only under highly regulated conditions.  But then no one would score an endless series of commissions.
by rifek on Fri Mar 16th, 2012 at 10:06:15 PM EST
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