The influence of hedge funds is driving leverage levels in the US and European convertibles markets in different directions, according to research published by Greenwich Associates, the Connecticut-based...
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The amount of foreign exchange traded by international top-tier corporates reached $40 trillion last year, according to a report by Connecticut-based Greenwich Associates. Growth was reported by the industry in every region except non-Japan Asia and Latin...
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Fifty-two percent of Canadian pension funds now use derivatives as part of their investment strategies, up from 49% a year ago and 38% four years ago, according to a survey of 264 funds by Greenwich Associates, a Greenwich, Connecticut-based consulting...
Greenwich Europe, the London-based derivatives house, has set up a 24-hour online FX broking service for retail clients around the world, Simon Palmer, the firm’s new head of FX, told RiskNews ' sister publication FX Week .
US institutions that invest in convertible securities, such as convertible arbitrage hedge funds, take more risks than their European counterparts, according to a research report published by US-based financial consultancy Greenwich Associates.
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