Search for plausible stress scenarios leads Natixis risk managers in a new direction
Banks and regulators make little headway on P&L variance test
The latest people moves
HNWs got burnt in the Lehman crisis and are still cautious over exposures
Other commodities moves at Castleton, Natixis, TrailStone and VTB Capital
Mathematical technique allows dealers to perform risk-sensitivity calculations 50 times faster
Banks face loss of attractive source of dollar funding
Job changes in the derivatives, regulation and risk industry throughout Asia
Boyle replaces Yates at Citi, as Baml picks up Stolz and Lee
So joins from Enhanced Investment Products, where he was beta product head
Former BNPP sales head will report to Selim Mehrez in London
Anglo-Italian Tages Capital forms partnership with Germany’s GDW AM
Current regulatory approach makes further financial crises as "certain as the amen in the church"
Energy Risk catches up with the latest appointments, promotions and departures in global commodity markets
Left on the shelf
Despite a subdued level of activity in 2011, the cat bond market is expected to boom this year as new investors pile in and rates harden in the traditional reinsurance market. Thomas Whittaker reports on how the cat bond market is evolving
The banking division of Natixis is to create a series of structured products and funds based on Stoxx's index basket, which combines European, US and Japanese equity baskets
Sixty-five per cent of respondents support separate pay structure for risk managers
Christoph Michel joins French investment bank Natixis as chief risk officer Asia Pacific from CLSA.
Isabelle Bourcier has joined asset management firm Ossiam in Paris as part of its plans to start listing exchange-traded funds in the second quarter of this year.
Charles Maulino, head of global energy & commodities coverage, Asia-Pacific at Natixis, speaks exclusively with Lianna Brinded about the evolution of energy and commodities financing and hedging strategies
Lianna Brinded sends us a special report from Hong Kong and Singapore, after speaking to several leaders from the energy and commodities market about risk management
The methods Asian energy and commodities companies use to finance and hedge projects have merged, says Natixis’s Asia-Pacific energy and commodities chief