The European Parliament version of CRD IV exempts trades with non-financials from Basel III's CVA capital charge - and dealers are hoping it covers sovereigns as well as corporates
Tumultuous foreign exchange market in September has left some hedging strategies in disarray and led to more timely exposure monitoring in one treasury department, say corporate treasurers speaking at...
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Chair of European Parliament's Econ committee believes CRD IV should mirror Emir corporate exemptions, but has not yet decided whether sovereign counterparties should enjoy the same benefit
Uncollateralised trades will consume up to four times more capital under Basel III, dealers say. If that translates into a similar jump in pricing, corporates believe they may have to hedge less. Michael Watt reports
Six months after a German federal court ruled against Deutsche Bank in a derivatives mis-selling case, dealers in the country are still wrestling with the implications, but some have already tweaked their sales practices. By Alex Monro
The US has recovered from recession but still faces an enormous debt burden. The onus is now on companies to pick up the slack in the economy and keep bonds buoyant
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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