Association of International Bond Dealers - AIBD

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DEFINITION of 'Association of International Bond Dealers - AIBD'

A professional association of bond dealers. The members consist of over 350 various financial conglomerates and institutions that actively trade bonds. The association makes recommendations pertaining to bond dealing rules to the regulators of various European countries.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Association of International Bond Dealers - AIBD'

The Association of International Bond Dealers was formed in Zurich, Switzerland in 1969. The association publishes consolidated bond quotes and yields for the eurobond market. The association was formed in order to promote better trading prices and conditions for the eurobond market.

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