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A selection of pictures from the Risk India event held in June, hosted by Asia Risk magazine
The exchange-traded fund (ETF) market looks poised for rapid growth in India, but domestic regulators are worried about potential systemic risks posed by the instruments. Speaking at the Risk India conference...
Panel discussion focuses on the need to control fast-growing financial sector, and learn from regulatory conflicts in US and Europe
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A panel of experts at the Risk India conference in Mumbai believes the ETF market is set for growth in India, but expressed concern about synthetic products
A number of new derivatives initiatives are in the pipeline in India, including the development of a credit default swap market, interest rate forwards and derivatives trade compression services, according to Subir Gokarn, deputy governor of the Reserve...
India’s Supreme Court adjourns hearing in case that alleges the Reserve Bank of India and the country’s commercial banks acted in cahoots to use derivatives products to defraud Indian exporters out of trillions of rupees
India has a strategic goal to develop a deeper corporate bond market to finance future infrastructure development. A step toward this is developing a domestic CDS market. By Keith Noyes
Aggregate daily volumes for futures in three new currency pairs – euro/rupee, sterling/rupee and yen/rupee – traded on the MCX Stock Exchange in Mumbai have exceeded an aggregate $1 billion per day. The India-wide electronic platform for currency...
Facing significant mark-to-market losses on currency derivatives transactions, a handful of Indian corporates have filed lawsuits claiming they are victims of mis-selling. Could this derail the country's nascent derivatives market? By Wietske Blees
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.
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