Issue: Oct 2012
It’s the biggest futures exchange in the world, so CME Group naturally has both friends and enemies. Some of its friends are very well connected – and some of its enemies claim this influence ha...
CME Group is a big, successful company – too big, according to some. Speaking to Risk earlier this year, Michael Spencer, the chief executive of interdealer broker Icap, called it a monopoly and said...
A side-effect of tough bank capital rules could be the rise of dark pools for credit trading
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It’s the untold story of JP Morgan’s credit trading losses – how traders were able to reduce risk-weighted assets while loading up on risk, and the part played by Basel 2.5. Michael Watt reports
Preventing a clearing contract crunch
Not clear yet
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The FVA debate continues
Powering up for clearing
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Markets group at Deutsche gets new cross-asset electronic trading unit, led by Zar Amrolia; Knight Capital responds to rogue algo loss by naming new CRO; listed derivatives co-head leaves Morgan Sta...