Foreign exchange options debuted in mainland China today with a number of deals taking place. China now has an onshore market for forex forwards, forex options, forex swaps and cross-currency swap, offering...
With countries such as Indonesia and the Philippines trying to increase domestic energy capacity, Alex Davis examines how both emerging nations in the Asia-Pacific rim and international banks and energy...
Morgan Stanley has named Wei Sun Christianson and William Strong as co-heads of Asia to replace outgoing Owen Thomas.
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Japan has emerged as a fertile market for equity funds and now a structured equity fund has also caught the eye of Japanese investors hungry for yield in a low-interest environment.
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Investment banks are having to adapt as the commodities environment changes in the Asia-Pacific region. Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Global Commodities Group for Asia-Pacific, Ray Eyles, explains how JP Morgan is expanding its...
Bank of America Merrill Lynch has conducted what is believed to be the first currency swap in China with a corporate client after Safe gave the green light for such transactions to start trading on March 1.
Technology can provide a competitive advantage in banking. How it is applied by Tier 1 and Tier 2 institutions, to the benefit for their risk management systems, is discussed.
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