Nasdaq Clearing’s first compression run to be continued twice a year
The shortlist has been announced for the Custody Risk European Awards 2013
Derivatives regulation will impede attempts by banks to compete and do lasting damage to European market, says founder of SEB’s commodity business
Glencore Xstrata poaches Morgan Stanley LNG team; CME Group adds former bank commodity head; Tullett Prebon hires Icap weather broker; LME chief executive resigns; SEB replaces commodity chief
While many investment banks are having a tough time in commodity markets, Swedish bank SEB is going against the grain by increasing its appetite for risk. Torbjörn Iwarson, the bank’s head of commodities, talks to Jay Maroo
Another institution rejects AMA because of lack of clarity in requirements
Drivers and growth for the sub-custodian
The shortlist has been announced for the Custody Risk European Awards 2012
A weighty issue
Former CRO of SEB Life calls for a moratorium on Solvency II implementation in order to enable insurers to focus on recovery
Rather than rushing to increase regulation and potentially creating compliance costs and regulatory risks, authorities should be getting involved at the ground level to improve supervision, says Lars Hansen, Swedish insurer SEB Life’s chief risk officer
How to choose a sub-custodian
Sponsored forum: Sub-custody
Stockholm-based service already has Swedish debt office on board. Launch planned for second half of 2011
JP Morgan scoops top accolades at ceremony recognising excellence in securities services in London.
Regional Sub-Custodian of the Year, Nordic Region: SEB
2010's Global Custody Survey paints a positive picture for market participants as assets under custody rise for the majority of respondents. Sophia Morrell reports.
Nordic banks want to use the Basel framework’s advanced approach to credit risk capital, but local regulators are insistent that data – rather than judgement – has to be the basis for the calculations. Banks don’t have enough instances of default...
Regulators across the globe are intent on forcing over-the-counter derivatives through central clearing. How are supervisors in the Nordic region responding, and could the relative lack of liquidity in domestic markets hamper their efforts? By Christopher...