Revived focus on ERM, but expectations now more realistic on what it can achieve
Banks warn of "massive" impact from EBA proposals, which would limit credit lines
Smart risk management helped push Qantas back into the black in 2014
Price dive rewards producers with cautious risk management practices
Treasurers taking time out following removal of €/Sfr cap
Sydney-based Origin Energy was able to raise $500 million against non-core assets in two structured deals by Goldman Sachs
A conservative yet flexible jet fuel hedging programme has proven successful for Etihad
The design and optimisation of a successful commodity hedging programme requires solid backtesting that meets the needs of different business functions. Using a recent case study, Carlos Blanco and Tamir Druz show how various tests can complement and...
Parliament is unhappy with the treatment of corporate end-users, and could require Esma to redraft standards
Austrian Airlines risk manager argues fuel hedging delays firms' adaptation to higher costs and should be avoided
The European Parliament is poised to defend a CVA exemption for trades with corporate and sovereign entities, as negotiations enter the final stages
Indian firms move away from using forwards in a bid to grab upside benefits of future rupee appreciation
The Bribery Act: one year on
European Investment Bank set to launch project bond pilot scheme in September
Corporate treasurers call for a broad clearing exemption within European rules – and say they might stop using derivatives without it
Risk awards 2012
Wound up by unwinds
The standard bearer
Corporate hedgers claim a victory, but details on clearing eligibility and thresholds to be tackled by new authority.
Central counterparties are wrongly perceived as being more expensive than OTC transactions, says a leading economist.
Leaders of recovery
As governments across Europe announce austerity measures designed to rein in deficits, sovereign and corporate bond investors are divided over the scale and timing of the cuts.