Sovereign debt crisis
Central bankers and supervisors want to break Europe's bank-sovereign feedback loop. Politicians don't seem so sure
Politicians may be unwilling to consider it, but the eurozone’s problems could be solved through a slight twist on debt monetisation, argues Marcello Minenna
This white paper deals with the implications of the case of NML Capital Ltd v Argentina. Although the decision applies specifically to sovereign debt contracts governed by New York law, it could hav...
This webinar looks at the current state of enterprise stress testing and unveils findings of a new study on Enterprise-level Stress Testing (one of several research papers in Chartis' The Risk Enabled Enterprise ® research program)
More Sovereign debt crisis articles
Liquidity drained from the sovereign CDS market before the ban took hold this morning – and market-makers are still unsure what they can and cannot do
Eurozone crisis is a buyers’ strike
Banco de España is one of a number of European supervisors allowing its banks to ignore a Basel 2.5 requirement to model default risk on government bonds
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.