Currently, the CBOE's re-designed contracts are streamlined to include bankruptcy-only credit events. CEBOs are similar to fixed recovery credit default swap contracts but are exchange traded, and can be purchased with an upfront premium that can be margined.
Investors receive a pay-out cboe binary options the credit event occurs or nothing, if the event does not happen. Credit derivative products have drawn much attention recently due to the credit crisisand regulators and market participants have called for better means to moderate systemic risk.
The CBOE believes that by creating a tradeable listed credit derivative product, they can provide additional benefits to the customer and the industry though transparency, counterparty risk protection, and operational efficiencies. Trading environment allows for price discovery and certainty of execution. Regulated exchanges delivered as promised during the recent crisis: no failures, no closures, no taxpayer rescues.
Operational Efficiencies Trades are executed through securities accounts allowing synergies with equity-related options products.