Op risk practitioners are being asked to display more people skills, which will help them to embed an operational risk culture across their firms. But even the most charismatic of managers stand little chance of being promoted above their credit and market...
Royal Bank of Canada has issued a new reverse convertible based on BP. The oil company's shares have risen in the US market in recent trading despite hitting a 13-year low on the London Stock Exchange
Floored and capped floating-rate notes have become increasingly popular with investors seeking low-risk investments.
Living wills have quickly emerged as a new measure to ensure banks are better prepared for the next crisis. But clear definitions of exactly what information they should contain and how they should be drawn are lacking
Sound economic fundamentals have meant South Korea’s sovereign bond yields have remained low despite the political standoff on the Korean peninsula.
New report suggests recovery might lead to difficult times for risk managers
Participants warn against one solution for all asset classes
The sponsored supplement covering the first Americas Service Provider Awards in 2010
At OpRisk USA 2010 participants discussed how they can deal with increasing waves of regulation and add value in the new financial environment.
Changing fortunes: Competition for alternative assets is intensifying as the 2010 survey results show some ranking changes. Sophia Morrell reports on the shifting environment reflected in this year's alternative fund administration survey.
Tim Mortimer of Future Value Consultants looks at the pricing issues for structured products in different markets and provides his trade of the month