Winners from the Structured Products Europe 2013 talk about the challenges of regulation and the increasing appetite for hybrid products
Sef rules are leading to regulatory arbitrage according to Asia industry players
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London will become the next offshore centre for RMB trading, vows UK chancellor George Osborne, supported by banking heads from Bank of China, Barclays, Deutsche Bank, HSBC and Standard Chartered
The UK structured products markets is still saturated with FTSE-linked deposits, though a few exotics are appearing on the menu
The long-promised revival in Europe's high-yield bond market has sent ETF providers rushing to create fixed-income investments that fit the bill
Merchant Capital expands its distribution arm with the addition of seven staff
BNP Paribas is relocating its head of fixed income for the Americas, Bob Hawley, to Asia to take over from incumbent Henri Foch, who will move to London as global deputy head of fixed income in London
London remained the biggest financial centre for foreign exchange in 2010 according to semi-annual volume figures published in the UK and US on January 31, despite speculation it might be overtaken ...
Philippe El-Asmar is taking on a new role at Barclays Capital in Hong Kong, while Kevin Burke is moving to London to fill his shoes.
Amundi names senior fixed income investors
Citi opens hedging desks in Johannesburg, London, Sao Paolo and New York to help Chinese multinationals with hedging, cash management, trade and treasury services and lending activities
Elana Hahn joins Morrison & Foerster's capital markets group in a role that involves guiding clients through regulatory changes.
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.