Derivatives Reform changed everything along the value chain

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Derivatives Reform changed so much in so many areas, learning about the changes and what they mean to your business will benefit your people and leave them better able to respond more efficiently. 

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Cross border asymmetries are being addressed and decision will be made.  However the changes effect your business your teams are trained today.  They’ll be better informed and know what to expect.  When changes are implemented your team is prepared.

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