Take part in our survey to find the top derivatives dealers in Asia
Asia Risk is compiling its 13th annual corporate and institutional rankings – and we need YOUR help!
If you are a corporate or institutional user of derivatives, please take a few minutes to vote in our survey. This gives YOU a chance to highlight the top derivatives dealers in Asia.
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Once you have completed the survey, you will be eligible for a FREE copy of the August issue of Asia Risk magazine, which will contain the full results and analysis of the rankings.
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Thank you for taking the time to participate in this important survey of Asia's derivatives market.
IMPORTANT: When aggregating the results, we look to strip out what we consider to be invalid votes. These include people voting for their own firm, multiple votes from the same person or IP address, votes from people using non-business accounts, votes by people who choose the same firm indiscriminately throughout the poll, votes by people who are clearly not active in a particular area, and block votes from groups of people in the same institution voting for the same firm. For instance, we do not allow block votes from 20 people on the same desk, in the same location, all voting in exactly the same way, within hours and in some cases minutes of each other. We see this as a clear attempt to unfairly manipulate the poll. The editor's decision is final.
Editor, Asia Risk
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