The Singapore-based broker aims to use technology to gain market share in the Indonesian sub-bit coal swaps market.
The renminbi deliverable forwards market has hit at least $28 million during the first month of trading following an agreement in July between the the PBOC and HKMA that enabled Hong Kong to act as ...
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Temasek has hired former BoA CRO Gregory Curl and promoted Simon Israel as co-presidents to work alongside existing president and former SGX chief executive, Hsieh Fu Hua
Paul Hodes will relocated from Malaysia to Singapore to look after traditional managed investments in Asia for Citi's wealth management unit.
UBS hires Siddiqi to head Asia-Pacific FICC corporate coverage group as part of an effort to build up its fixed-income operation in the region
David Arnold joins Standard Chartered in Singapore from BNP Paribas in Hong Kong.
The UK-based bank has named an emerging markets specialist with a strong quantitative pedigree to run global fixed-income research
Central banks and sovereign wealth funds have become an increasingly important source of revenue for derivatives dealers.
Chief executive Michael Geoghegan said the appointment reflects the importance of India in the bank's emerging markets strategy.
Hedge funds in Asia were the recipients of large net asset fund inflows during the second quarter of 2010, reversing the trend witnessed in the first quarter
China's new guidelines for developing the gold market could result in more gold derivatives in the country.
In Asia, Deutsche Bank's corporate and investment bank revenues account for more than 90% of total revenues, at €2.96 billion in 2009.
Creation of offshore renminbi interbank market in Hong Kong is seen as boon for new investor products
Two companies offer new insurance products covering typhoon catastrophe risk in Asia
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