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ETF Securities has launched two ETFs based on the growing infrastructure sector, which will require $2 trillion of investment every year until 2030, according to OECD estimates.
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Industry experts are wary of European Commission proposals intended to bring additional safeguards to the spot market
New regulatory fixes only a partial solution as industry anticipates jurisdiction shopping by secretive clients
A new video from Risk magazine. Winners of the 2011 Risk Awards were asked what they saw as the biggest challenge in the industry for 2011.
Moody’s rating guidelines for operational risk imminent
European Parliament calls for existing derivatives trades to be excluded from clearing rules, but proposes wider exemptions for public-sector bodies
Legal spotlight: Eurozone
Shortage of high quality liquid assets prompts Danish regulators to push for changes to the liquidity coverage ratio within the European Union capital requirements directive
Following sustained calls from EU members to curb commodity derivative markets, the EU will research the link between derivative and physical markets
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