Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have applied to the US Federal Reserve to become bank holding companies, in response to the crisis that has seen the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers and the acquisition of...
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The cost of protection on credit default swaps (CDSs) referenced to the world’s largest financial institutions has skyrocketed as Lehman Brother’s bankruptcy has heightened counterparty credit risk concerns.
Second-quarter results yielded further markdowns at major dealers due to the increasing counterparty risk posed by monoline insurers.
Morgan Stanley has released UK Commercial Property Growth 1, a capital-protected product linked to the IPD UK Annual Growth Index, for which gains will be subject to capital gains tax. Participation is deemed a healthy 100% of the index performance
Morgan Stanley may have let a $120 million mis-mark on its credit derivatives book go unnoticed for six months before a routine audit discovered it in May, the bank admitted in June. Chief financial officer Colm Kelleher told a conference call on June...
Matt Zola, global head of structured credit at Morgan Stanley, has resigned from the bank.
Technology can provide a competitive advantage in banking. How it is applied by Tier 1 and Tier 2 institutions, to the benefit for their risk management systems, is discussed.
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