Barclays is fined by the UK regulator over reporting failures, and systems and controls weaknesses
Hans Fuchs has been promoted to the newly created position of chief operating officer for Barclays Capital's Asian global finance and risk solutions group.
As part of our 15th Anniversary, Energy Risk rounds up 15 of the most influential and innovative companies currently active in the traded energy markets and profiles their achievements
The Japanese inflation-linked bond (JGBi) market has rebounded from its lows of last year as fewer investors are liquidating their positions, while some domestic players are starting to buy the heavily discounted bonds.
Barclays Capital has made a number of new hires for its Asian foreign exchange business, including Ivan Ferraroni as head of forex bank sales for the Asia-Pacific region.
Barclays Capital, the investment bank division of Barclays Bank, has launched two more deposit accounts, as part of its structured deposit series for offshore bonds. The three-year guaranteed digital deposit account and the five-year guaranteed FTSE 100...
As Structured Products magazine celebrates its fifth anniversary, the time is right to take a look back a mere 15-20 years to when it all began, and to interview a selection of 10 pioneers who created and fostered the business from its European beginnings,...
Inflation is set to rise in late 2009 and 2010, driven by rising commodity prices and low central bank rates, according to research from Barclays Capital, released on June 25.
Timothy Last, former head of equity derivatives sales for the Asia-Pacific region at Merrill Lynch in Hong Kong, has taken on the role of head of equity derivatives flow sales for Asia excluding Japan at Barclays Capital.
European derivatives dealers have agreed on a provisional framework to integrate restructuring as a credit event into the auction process for the cash settlement of credit default swaps (CDSs), taking the market a step closer to central clearing.
Gold has been a favourite with investors looking for a safe haven since last year’s turbulence began. But will this persist in 2009, or will the precious metal start to lose its shine as a hedging option? Pauline McCallion finds out
An agreement between the major dealers to move to standardised fixed coupons for trading European credit default swaps (CDSs), following a similar move in North America, could speed global moves towards central clearing, say market participants.
Nine major dealers agreed to use an EU central counterparty (CCP) for clearing trades in credit default swaps (CDSs) today, paving the way for talks to resume with the European Commission.
A new single-name North American credit default swap (CDS) contract, due to be launched next month, is expected to bring greater standardisation to the market and pave the way for central clearing.