On the move
Asia Risk awards 2010: Private bank of the year
Former JP Morgan futures and options co-head to lead Citi's global futures business
BNP Wealth Management hires Frank
Bankers predict higher overnight rates as the ECB ends long-term liquidity operations.
US SEC and Citigroup defend $75 million subprime settlement
Citi opens hedging desks in Johannesburg, London, Sao Paolo and New York to help Chinese multinationals with hedging, cash management, trade and treasury services and lending activities
Tradeweb has launched an electronic equity derivatives platform in the US that offers the ability to complete transparent and timely transactions within minutes
Roger Bacon will relocate to Hong Kong from London to head Citi Private Bank's managed investments unit
The sale of structured products in the US has increased by around 36% in June and July. In the UK, the market in the same two months was characterised by the continuing dominance of capital-at-risk products.
Chiefs at Russia’s RTS Stock Exchange, the Ukrainian Exchange and Kazakhstan’s Regional Financial Centre (RFCA) reveal that they are looking into launching more exchange-traded funds (ETF), indexes and other derivatives contracts across commodities...
Citi continues Asian FX team expansion by relocating Perret-Green from Citi's Europe markets division to Asia to head FX strategy. Citi says its foreign exchange daily trading volumes exceed $15 billion a day in Asia.
The eurozone debt crisis and still-nervy stocks haven’t been enough to depress Australian derivatives markets, and competition has intensified over the last 12 months. Last year’s top two banks retain their hold – but they have a host of other dealers...
Following a major sell-off in the second half of last year, the antipodean financial markets are seeing significant inflows of foreign capital in 2009 due to the resilience of the Australian economy. Dealers are also profiting from derivatives activity...
Paul Hodes will relocated from Malaysia to Singapore to look after traditional managed investments in Asia for Citi's wealth management unit.
Thierry Sciard, previously head of alternatives at Fortis Investments, joins StormHarbour.
In a surprise move, First database founder Penny Cagan departs Algorithmics.
Citi’s global footprint has enabled it to benefit from the development of onshore, offshore and basis markets. The bank’s head of markets for Asia, Rodrigo Zorrilla, says Citi has also catered to client demand by supplying a steady stream of exotics....
Latest hire in a series of senior appointments to the firm's FX business