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CDS

abbreviation for CRIMINAL DEFENCE SERVICE.
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A credit default swap is a contract under which the seller agrees to pay the purchaser if a negative event befalls a debt instrument; in return, the purchaser agrees to pay the seller a percentage of the payout either up front or over time.
Now if you throw a credit default swap on, which you could buy cheaply from AIG, you can invest more of your depositors' money.
The Firm currently offers OTC derivative clearing services for credit default swaps at ICE Clear Credit and CME Group in addition to interest rate swaps at LCH SwapClear and CME Group.
In addition, all of the major global credit default swap dealers have registered in the Warehouse the vast majority all contracts executed among each other before the Warehouse's November 2006 launch.
Less than 1% of credit default swap contracts currently registered in the Warehouse relate to particular residential mortgage-backed securities.
Unlike the TSAR 05 transaction, the credit default swap within the COUNTS transaction will mature in April 2014, which is two years longer than the original TSAR 05 transaction.
Fitch's rating also does not address the risk associated with the ability of the Credit Default Swap Counterparties, the Repo Counterparty, and the Trust Property to provide payment to the trust.
the issuer) gains access to the credit risk of the portfolio via a credit default swap between the issuer and Deutsche Bank AG London, as swap counterparty.
The issuers have entered into a credit default swap ('CDS') with DBAG, documented under an International Swaps and Derivatives Association agreement (ISDA), and receive a premium in return for credit protection on the reference portfolio.
FT Interactive Data, an Interactive Data (NYSE: IDC) business and a leading supplier of financial information to global markets, today announced that it will offer seamless access to independent valuations of credit default swap (CDS) index trades, helping clients value their increasingly diverse derivatives portfolios more effectively.
The proceeds of the notes will be used to purchase a portfolio of real estate based structured finance securities, consisting of approximately 70% credit default swap (CDS)referencing subprime residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS), 17% cash subprime RMBS, 9% cash prime RMBS and 4% collateralized debt obligations (CDO).
The ratings address the likelihood that the floating-rate payer will have to make a protection payment under the terms of the credit default swap.

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