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Departures from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, RBS and UBS come as retail structured products sales have failed to regain momentum following a collapse in volumes since the global financial crisis
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Market volatility and increased competition in Nordic markets drive trading spike in securitised derivatives and number of structured products
French banks see further spread widening, before disclosure by Société Générale on its eurozone sovereign exposure prompts a turnaround for that bank
Dodd-Frank and Sefs set to encourage growth in algorithmic execution of OTC derivatives, say dealers
Algos go OTC
Dutch pension reforms could cause unwinding of swap hedges
New algorithm is designed to automatically hedge gamma sensitivity of foreign exchange options
Deron Goodwin’s appointment from RBS comes weeks after the departure of Clive Banks and John Chase in London
Credit spreads on core eurozone countries climb on market jitters
European bank sovereign derivatives exposures revealed
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