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international - industry


Developments and work by industry to address change through groups and commercial endeavours elsewhere to Australia.

ABS

The Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS) is a non-profit organisation that represents the interests of the commercial and investment banking community in Singapore

ISDA

The International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) is a trade organization of participants in the market for over-the-counter derivatives. It’s standardized contract -the ISDA Master Agreement- is used to enter into derivatives transactions. Its mission is to foster safe and efficient derivatives markets to facilitate effective risk management for all users of derivative products.

ICMA

International Capital Market Association (ICMA) represents both the buy side and sell side of the debt capital markets industry. It focuses on a comprehensive range of regulatory and market practice issues, and prioritises four core areas – primary markets, secondary markets, repo and collateral markets, and the green and social bond markets.

afme

The Association for Financial Markets in Europe (afme) is the voice of all Europe’s wholesale financial markets, providing expertise across a broad range of regulatory and capital markets issues.

TMA

The Treasury Markets Association (TMA) was incorporated through the institutionalisation of the Treasury Markets Forum of Hong Kong and the merger with ACI-The Financial Markets Association of Hong Kong in 2005. Principal functions of the TMA include promoting co-operation and synergy among market practitioners with a view to enhancing professionalism and the overall competitiveness of the treasury markets in Hong Kong, thereby maintaining the role as an international financial centre.

NZFMA

The New Zealand Financial Markets Association (NZFMA) represents the interests of its members in ensuring the sound management of the over-the-counter financial markets. It also maintains and is the Benchmark Administrator for benchmarks, notably BKBM.