Make your voice heard in this year's Deutsches Risk rankings by voting now!
Thank you for participating in the Deutsches Risk derivatives survey 2012.
The survey is divided into five categories: risk management advisory, interest rates, currencies, equities and other (which includes sub-categories for credit derivatives, commodities and structured products). Please complete the survey by choosing your top three bank counterparties in order of preference in each of the categories.
Only vote in categories you have traded in the past year. If you didn't trade in a particular product or currency category over the year, please leave the data field empty.
The survey opens with a set of questions on the future of the over-the-counter markets, covering central clearing, capital requirements and volume expectations. These questions are optional, but we would encourage you to share your opinions. All respondents to the survey have the option to receive a free copy of one of our magazines.
In all, the survey should take no more than 5–10 minutes to answer. All responses will remain strictly confidential and personal information will not be published or released to any third party.
The results will be available to subscribers in the next issue of Deutsches Risk and online.
Please note that the survey is only open to firms active in the German derivatives market. Please do not vote for your own company or a subsidiary of your company.
The closing date for the poll is July 2, 2012.
Thanks in advance for your help.
You can access the survey – which is written in German – by following the links above, or by clicking HERE.
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