At least 12 lawsuits alleging manipulation of Libor have been filed since April, and six different authorities – including the US Department of Justice – are investigating. But how would manipulation...
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At least 12 lawsuits alleging manipulation of Libor have been filed since April, and six different authorities – including the US Department of Justice – are investigating. But how would manipulation work in practice, and is there any evidence of...
Identifying diverse funding sources and managing the associated market risks have become top priorities for Asia Pacific treasury managers who saw worst-case liquidity conditions realised during the global financial crisis. While cross-border activity...
French bank becomes the latest to divulge a revenue impact from a change to overnight indexed swap discounting
The reduced scale of hedge fund carry trade activities compared with previous crises such as the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008 has reined in potential increases in the yen libor rate and short-end JGBs.
Three months have passed since the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision published the final version of Basel III, and attention is now firmly on implementation. The new rules will require banks to hold higher-quality capital, comply with a new leverage...
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future
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