Commercial mortgage-backed securities (cmbs)
Distressed debt hedge funds are increasingly taking on roles that EU banks once had. Opportunities abound, says Marathon's Andrew Rabinowitz
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Prosiris Capital Management, named the best emerging hedge fund manager at the Americas Awards 2013, has made strong returns investing in credit assets that were overlooked by its peers
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Grosvenor Capital Management has committed $85 million in seed capital for a structured credit hedge fund started by a group of former Citadel executives.
Banks are getting rid of legacy collateralised debt obligations by cracking them open and selling the collateral – a trend driven by investor demand for the assets and growing capital pressure on the banks. But it can be costly, complicated and even...
Benchmark OTC curves 'will help insurers calculate risk data for market risk models'
The last months of 2011 saw European banks preparing for the arrival of Basel 2.5 by trying to lighten their risk-weighted assets – but a delay in implementing the same rules in the US has created an uneven playing-field, they complain. Mark Pengelly...
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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