Time for exchange
Reserve Bank of India tells domestic banks to start reporting aspects of Basel III liquidity strength measures from June this year – ahead of the 2013 reporting timetable outlined by the Basel Committee
A rainbow of Asian opportunity
D'Souza fills a role left vacant since November 2011
The need for better returns in a low-yield market environment is encouraging Asian investors to take a closer look at alternative investment strategies and the use of volatility as a hedging tool, with banks launching more enhanced, dynamic strategies...
In the tightly regulated Chinese economy, the launch of ETFs linked to overseas shares marks a new form of investment vehicle available to mainland investors. However, challenges still remain due to structural differences in Chinese manufactured ETFs
Accounting and regulatory changes will drive demand, say participants
Fears that a different approach to over-the-counter derivative regulations in Asia could prompt regulatory arbitrage with Europe and North America have been laid to rest by Singapore’s February consultation on OTC derivatives, explains Cindy Leiw of...
Hedge fund CSV Capital Partners sees Chinese domestic sectors rising even as economic growth slows. The fund backs companies with exposure to the Chinese consumer as retail sales continue to grow
Strong balance sheets mean Asian banks are well placed to meet Basel III increased capital requirements but the disparate state of the regional regulatory framework means the technological challenges of meeting the rules could be significant
Asia Risk FX review and outlook 2012
End of the road for double-deckers?
Asia Risk FX review 2012: awards and rankings
Repricing the cross smile: an analytic joint density
Maintaining parity with international peers, not derivatives market liquidity, the main criterion for introducing central counterparty clearing, according to the Korean Exchange
Prime brokers speaking at Risk/Return Korea voiced concerns over the potential for regulations to strangle the country’s nascent hedge fund sector
Left on the shelf
Default lines in China
On the move
The visa pleasers