Have your say in this year's Risk rankings of South African derivatives dealers and brokers
Long-awaited clearing rules will arrive in draft form during March, dealers believe – but won’t say what firms are caught or when regime starts
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In recent years, derivatives pricing has become increasingly complex, assuming a far greater significance than it had previously. In this sponsored statement, Wayne Dennehy, co-head markets structuring and quantitative analysis, Kumeshen Naidoo, risk...
South African dealers had a chance to test their mettle this year as volatility spiked across asset classes and clients sought to hedge some big exposures in the resulting, illiquid conditions. Absa, a member of Barclays, retained its top spot in Risk...
Currency controls in South Africa limit the ability of domestic investors to build stakes in big overseas companies. Listed quanto futures are one way round that, but the users remain exposed to currency risk – so some banks are now pushing an options-based...
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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