In August, the Bank of Thailand relaxed its regulations covering the use of derivatives. Chris Wright takes a look at the effect this is having on hedging and investment in the country
Unlike other asset classes, the settlement mechanisms in the foreign exchange market appear to have worked well, even when market turmoil was at its height late last year. Risk and roundtable partners CLS, Citi, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank and HSBC convened...
A panel-debate style forum moderated by Risk's Nick Sawyer on settlement risk in the foreign exchange marketplace.
Focus on replication strategies has increased significantly over the course of 2009. In this article, Citi explains the practical applications of the Hybrid Absolute Return Portfolio index and how investors can benefit from using this investment strategy
We compare principal-protected, accelerated growth and reverse convertible products with April 2009 strike dates
Major Chinese entities and international banks are steeling themselves for a protracted battle on multiple fronts related to the use of over-the-counter derivatives. The confrontation is killing business and preventing some Chinese entities from hedging...
Citi has announced the sale of commodities trading unit Phibro to Occidental Petroleum.
Energy Risk catches up with the latest appointments, promotions and departures in global commodities markets
In this white paper, Mark Konijnenberg, managing director commodities group at Citi, talks about developing trends in energy risk management since the extreme price volatility of 2008 and outlines how the group is keeping up to date with clients’ needs