Regulatory attempts to reduce systemic risk within the financial sector should not extend to non-financial sector companies, according to the London-based Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT).
Legal battles over a series of collapsed structured finance transactions in which a subsidiary of Lehman Brothers was the swap counterparty could produce divergent opinions from US and English court...
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Airlines with fleets of unencumbered aircraft are starting to use them instead of cash as collateral required for large margin calls in derivatives trades, such as fuel hedges.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has started investigating how large investment banks manage their collateral, fearing they may not be ready for a sudden market downturn.
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