Amid increased scrutiny of financial benchmarks, market participants are voting on how to reform pricing for silver - a decision that may also carry implications for gold
The rise of professional risk managers has allowed front-line staff to abdicate responsibility for risk management, according to Deutsche Bank's Paul Achleitner
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As revenues fall and costs rise, banks are rethinking the fixed-income business. Again. This time, though, the possible outcomes are far more varied. In the first of four articles on the new age of fixed income, Duncan Wood looks at the emerging battle...
For years, nobody cared that the booming fixed-income business was also inefficient – huge revenues concealed clunky processes, duplication and waste. Now, all of that needs to be removed or rebuilt. It’s expensive, but banks say it’s also essential....
The evolution of the European ETF market has lagged behind its US counterpart as retail investors have been slow to follow institutional investors into the asset class. But shifting market dynamics mean index providers are now jostling to take advantage,...
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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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