As the Australian power market grows, international investment banks will need to bag the local talent to capitalise on the opportunities presented, say experts
Nomura has know-Hau
The long game
JP Morgan completes first longevity swap on non-retirees
The new normal
Goldman Sachs report airs dirty risk laundry
A quick overview of the top ten articles across the whole of Risk.net in 2010 provides a roadmap of the year's main themes
Kicking out early
Goldman Sachs names chief regulatory reform officer
The UK regulator took £89 million in fines in 2010 and experts says it will only grow tougher
Ex-Goldman programmer found guilty of code theft
Price expectations have played a crucial role for the relatively small number of longevity swap deals that have so far been completed
Theo Lubke calls time on 15-year stint with New York Fed to join Goldman Sachs.
Win Bischoff, chair of Lloyds Banking Group, warns of increasing divergence between regulators
The International Energy Agency (IEA) says that supply and demand fundamentals are to blame for oil price strength, not speculative derivatives products
Success or failure of the Eurozone hinges on Germany ‘laying down the law’, according to chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
A twist in the tail
Samarth Agrawal on trial in Manhattan for theft of proprietary computer code from French bank
Global co-head of op risk departs Goldman Sachs for ERM role at Vanguard
US issuance shifts from domestic to international equities, while the participation rate for the latest Goldman Sachs offering hits three times the returns of the MSCI EAFE Index.
While US equities continue to dominate the issuance, products have diversified into small and mid-cap indexes.
While volumes have been healthy in the US market this week, maturity dates are being extended, but there is still innovation to be seen