Editor's letter: December 2010
The European Union has outlined its proposals on Packaged Retail Investment Products.
CDS spreads on Ireland's sovereign and bank debt remain at elevated levels
CDS spreads on peripheral eurozone debt widen despite €90 billion in aid
Governor of the Bank of Spain suggests Irish officials ask for help as fears grow that Dublin’s resistance to a bailout will trigger contagion
New EU-wide regulations for retail investment products are needed to lure investors back into European securities, according to speakers at the ICFR conference in Amsterdam
Regulators need to look beyond capital structures to human issues, says Docters van Leeuwen
The introduction of several new European Union laws covering financial investments could prohibit sales of some products and push up costs
Editorial: Kicking against the Prips
Special report: Oil market
The perfect storm
Uncertainty over next phase for EU carbon ‘nightmare’
Editor's letter: November 2010
European Payments Council chair slams European Commission's willingness to allow operation of multiple, national Sepa schemes; says plan would thwart aims of Sepa
With regulatory changes and new markets impacting the energy and commodities markets, Lianna Brinded files this exclusive special video report showcasing the views of leading risk managers and quantitative analysts on how to tackle these challenges
The European Council has finally reached agreement on its approach to the alternative investment fund managers (AIFM) directive, paving the way for an end to negotiations and a deal on non-EU managers.
Alternative investment fund managers directive postponed due to "absence of an agreement"
Expert paper calls on HMT to ensure EU legislation on clearing and reporting doesn't damage London's dominance or inhibit market activity in particular asset classes.
Cebs op risk guidance finally finds favour
iShares has launched a swap-based ETF platform with in-built measures to eliminate counterparty risk.
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