Rating agency downgrades are expected to affect the way institutional buyers of structured products in Europe do business, say bankers. At the crux of the changes are rating agency decisions that affect...
Spain’s structured products market is losing out to safer investments, but delegates at the Structured Products España conference were not willing to write off the future. Joe Rennison reports
Fiscal and regulatory reforms announced by the new Spanish government have led market participants to rethink wrappers and product maturities, with growth and fund-linked products likely to benefit
This handy guide reviews the various steps banks are taking to improve their risk management techniques, looking at the benefits and pitfalls of each one.
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Spreads are static and volumes light as EU finance ministers and the Greek government try to reach agreement over bail-out terms
Dealers have been busy war-gaming eurozone break-up scenarios in recent months. But one of the most complex, and uncertain, areas is what would happen to derivatives contracts in the event one or more member states leave the eurozone. By Matt Cameron...
Well-timed trades can appear lucky – hindsight revealing that a decision to buy or sell coincided precisely with a market trough or peak. On the other hand, it’s often said that luck is self-made – the decision is informed by some conviction or...
Risk perceptions in the eurozone fell today as France and Germany agreed new treaty plans that will sanction fiscally irresponsible member states
Cost of insuring against a German government default remains stable after yesterday’s lacklustre debt auction, but risk perceptions on German banks surge
Technology can provide a competitive advantage in banking. How it is applied by Tier 1 and Tier 2 institutions, to the benefit for their risk management systems, is discussed.
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