The G-20 does not plan to sit still after its historic endorsement of Basel III. New targets include too-big-to-fail institutions, the shadow-banking system and commodity derivatives, according to Chikahisa Sumi, deputy commissioner for international...
The US bank's treasury and securities services chief for Asia, Thomas DuCharme, has named his team heads for Japan and South-east Asia
New Asia-based activity, particularly in Japan, drives additions to existing service.
Mandatory CCP worries
Asia Risk awards 2010: Derivatives house of the year, Japan
FVC custom indexes
Lessons from the lost decade
JP Morgan is expanding its automatic email pricing system to new markets and client bases outside of Asia.
Société Générale reinforces Asian cash equity and derivatives businesses with new appointments
Structured Products Asia Awards 2010
For its continued expansion in China and South Korea as well as its established business in Japan, Numerix is the Structured Products Technology Provider of the Year for Asia
US and UK benchmark indexes declined sharply in June but recovered their losses in July, while the FVC’s global protected index recorded a rise in June
The number of global mining and metals deals is expected to soar as part of a trend that signals strong growth in the global metals market, according to analysts
Japan’s regulator points to Mizuho Financial Group’s operational risk management model as an example for banks in the country to follow. Shigehiko Mori, the group’s head of operational risk, talks about how the model works and his plans for continued...
Nomura chief economist Richard Koo warns the US and European economies face double-dip recession and a prolonged period of economic stagnation if stimulus is cut too soon.
The Tokyo Commodity Exchange has eased rules for foreign commodity brokers wanting to trade on its platform in a move that is expected to boost volumes, Katie Holliday reports
HSBC has made a series of hires across foreign exchange trading and sales in Asia and Europe, it confirmed today (August 17).
Takayuki Saito will become Japan head of Morgan Stanley electronic trading, which offers an algorithmic trading suite and various direct market access (DMA) strategies.
Japanese financial institutions have faced severe tests during the past 15 years including rogue trading scandals, huge non-performing loans and a need to adopt aggressive regulatory rules. Kenji Fujii maps out these challenges and indicates how they...
Noboru Terada presided over Japan’s $1.35 trillion Government Pension Investment Fund in the mid-1990s, where he overhauled the fund’s governance structure and portfolio management approach. He speaks to Joti Mangat about Japan’s pension industry
Interdealer brokers have continued to build ever-deeper pools of liquidity in Asian markets as they have forged profitable businesses from Asia’s fragmented economies. While moves to electronic platforms are gaining momentum, relationships are still...
Asian exchanges have undergone a radical transformation during the past decade as systems were overhauled, new derivatives instruments traded and new ventures formed. Yet perhaps their biggest challenge awaits them. Jill Wong reports
Index provider FTSE and news group CNBC have partnered in a venture to bring a blue-chip regional benchmark index that includes Japan to the Asia-Pacific market