Foreign exchange (fx)
Falling levels of forex activity, particularly among institutional clients, have made it difficult for banks – particularly the newer entrants – to beef up their forex businesses,
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Despite a sharp fall in interest rates in the third quarter of 2011, CIMB Group in Malaysia has seen a resurgence in structured product sales, which the bank attributes in part to the popularity of its foreign exchange structures and a range of underlyings...
HSBC's ability to spearhead developments in both the offshore deliverable renminbi (CNH) and Islamic markets while recognising the increasing interconnections between southern hemisphere emerging markets keeps it in the winning seat as best foreign...
Deutsche Bank's Zar Amrolia runs a new business focused on electronic platforms across fixed income, while Kevin Rodgers has stepped up to become global head of FX
Stressed value-at-risk has been less controversial than the other capital charges introduced in response to the financial crisis – but some dealers say the new metric is decreasing appetite for risk in foreign exchange options markets and might drive...
Smaller companies can realise savings of nearly 5% when dealing with Chinese businesses by transacting in renminbi, says Deutsche Bank
CME Group's European exchange, set to begin trading foreign exchange futures next year, will offer a competitive alternative to other exchanges, says the group's head of forex and rates
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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