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RBS's head of investment banking arm to step down in wake of findings
The renminbi has been exciting investors since its restricted entrance into the forex market in 2005, and dramatic trade inflows since the start of the year are sparking greater interest in structured...
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Sovereign-guaranteed loans provide yield boost for insurers
2012 was a buoyant year for debt capital raising by insurers, with companies tapping into the Asia market and issuing innovatively structured instruments. Investors’ appetite for insurance company debt has enabled insurers to move from classical issuance...
US inflation markets have been through some major events in 2012, including the launch of open-ended quantitative easing and knock-on effects from the forced unwind of Greek asset swaps. Against a backdrop of continued economic uncertainty, a raft of...
Two major software failures have caused embarrassment and significant financial loss to leading financial institutions this year. OpRisk looks at the lessons to be learned from the RBS and Knight Capital problems
Investment banking cuts continue at RBS - but Fulford gets global structuring role; Segreti takes new post at Barclays; Le Brusq leaves BNP Paribas; Nomura hires three in structured credit; FXall's Weisberg to head up forex at Thomson Reuters
As 2012 drew to a close, UBS became the second bank to settle a Libor interest rate-rigging investigation, for a sum of roughly $1.5 billion. Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is expected to follow shortly, which will inevitably affect the way the bank’s...
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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