Asia Risk awards 2011 winner: CIMB – House of the Year, Malaysia
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Binning the 'originate-to-distribute' banking model in favour of the 'buy-and-hold' model would reduce the role of securitisation – a risk-sharing mechanism that, when done properly, can bring benefits to issuers and buyers alike
China unveiled plans in August to allow corporates to issue renminbi bonds in Hong Kong for the first time. The move has excited market participants and promises to be a watershed moment for the country’s credit markets
Initial excitement regarding the long-delayed introduction of credit derivatives in India has waned amid fears that regulatory constraints will hamper market development. But the introduction of credit mitigation tools represents an important step in...
The introduction of Malaysia’s Capital Markets and Services (Amendment) Act 2011 will shake up the country’s risk management markets and supervisory processes, resulting in the Securities Commission gaining oversight for derivatives and systemic risk,...
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future
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