European regulation aimed at driving more commodity derivatives trading through clearing is causing concern among small and medium-sized energy companies that don’t yet know if they will be exempted...
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Kwame Okyere-Mensuo, technical adviser at Ghana’s Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, talks about the country’s pioneering import hedging programme, as well as the hedging of output from the Jubilee field
The unprecedented commodity price volatility of the past four years has led to a surge of interest from governments in risk management strategies. Investment banks are in talks with sovereigns worldwide on setting up financial hedges, and say uptake is...
Uncollateralised trades will consume up to four times more capital under Basel III, dealers say. If that translates into a similar jump in pricing, corporates believe they may have to hedge less. Michael Watt reports
South African brokers are celebrating victory in a dispute over taxes on equity trades, but their relief may be short-lived. The National Treasury has reaffirmed its desire for a stricter regime to be put in place. By Michael Watt
Dealers enjoyed a bright start to the year but endured a slow second quarter and a savage start to the third as political wrangling over European and US debt contributed to a surge in volatility and risk aversion. For the third year in a row, Deutsche...
Gerardo Rodriguez, deputy finance minister at Mexico’s Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, speaks about the government’s oil price hedging strategy
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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