The New York Federal Reserve meeting with 14 major dealers on September 15 appears to have succeeded in coercing the industry into taking more concerted action to tackle the mounting problems in credit...
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Paul Radley, formerly European head of Citigroup’s prime brokerage capital introduction team, has gone independent, establishing his own capital introduction firm, Radley Capital Investments.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has raided its rivals’ sales desks by hiring three directors in equity derivative sales to cover Germany, Italy and Scandinavia. The move signals the Edinburgh-headquartered bank’s intent on improving its distribution capabilities...
Nine members of Morgan Stanley’s US equity derivatives and structured product team quit to join Wachovia today. They join part of a staffing exodus from the US investment bank that its senior executives hope will be stemmed by yesterday’s resignation...
Accounting rules have long given bankers headaches. And IAS 39 compliance could even put banks looking to enter the structured products market at a competitive disadvantage. Patrick Fletcher examines how the rules are affecting the shape of the industry...
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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