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2010: The Biggest Year in Derivatives Regulation Since 1733

21 January 2010
Mayer Brown
In 1733, Sir John Barnard, the Mayor of London, introduced an Act of Parliament which forbade the popular equity derivative contracts of the day. 2010 will probably be the most momentous year of derivatives regulation since, and not just in London, but in Europe and the United States too.
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