Prime brokers proposing to guarantee the performance of clients’ trades
Comprehensive solution to the challenges pension funds will face under central clearing remains out of reach
CCP talking to pension funds about becoming direct repo counterparty
Firm’s treatment of optional commodity inventory sales is appropriate, CEO says
New entrants eyeing opportunities
The New York Fed's concerns about intra-day credit should be tackled by JP Morgan, BNY Mellon and DTCC, an industry taskforce concludes
Lehman executives and Ernst & Young lose fight to dismiss charges of deceit
As the European Central Bank winds down its repo facility, there are fears that traditional avenues of securitisation issuance are still not viable.
Reform to broaden the use of the onshore repo market in South Korea is expected to help smaller banks and financial institutions better manage their short-term funding and reduce systemic risk. It should also facilitate the development of interest rate...
Swap rates and NDFs show traders expect the Chinese currency to rise after the weekend saw the end of its dollar peg
The New York Federal Reserve is to reveal its aims for reducing risk in the tri-party repo market this month.
Abnormally low repurchase rates are forcing banks to hedge their dividend exposures with swaps instead of forwards.
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Interdealer broker BGC of the United States plans to go live with a combined voice and electronic US dollar repurchase agreement (repo) trading platform early next year.
The Institute of International Finance (IIF), a Washington, DC-based trade association of more than 350 banks, has sent a letter to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision asking for further concessions in the final Basel II document.
A paper outlining the results of the third quantitative impact study (QIS3) was released by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision yesterday.
The International Swaps and Derivatives Association (Isda) and the London Investment Banking Association (Liba) have released their joint response to the European Union's third capital adequacy directive (CAD3). The response was delivered at non-public...
TORONTO - Canadian risk management software company Algorithmics said in October that Denmark-based Danske Bank had licensed its Algo Collateral software system to manage their over-the-counter derivatives and repo-margining activities. An Algorithmics...
Basel’s proposals for banks involved in the repo markets have caused widespread dismay. As a result, trade organisations around the world are petitioning the committee for a wholesale rethink.
Paul Kupiec of the International Monetary Fund argues that unresolved calibration problems remain with the new Basel Accord’s credit risk capital requirements – problems that may lead banks to make damaging risk decisions.