Following Ireland’s bail-out in November, bank risk managers accept the eurozone crisis is here to stay and are trying to guard against the worst. Some are looking for practical responses, others for...
The senior research analyst at Loomis Sayles talks to Credit about the systemic implications of the Eurozone crisis and risks and opportunities in distressed debt.
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Six months on from the rescue of Greece, Ireland accepted a massive €85 billion IMF-EU bailout package in November. But with growing fears of the contagion spreading to other peripheral countries, is the Eurozone crisis set to shift up a gear?
As problems in peripheral Europe dominated the headlines through the spring and summer of 2010, capital flowed into the government bonds of “core Europe”, including France. But does France deserve that sobriquet or have the financial problems of both...
The structured product markets of Italy and Spain have survived the eurozone’s recent sovereign debt traumas relatively unscathed, while their economies have so far dodged the fate dished out to Greece and Ireland. Clare Dickinson examines how providers...
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future
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