Standard Chartered Bank
Bank Islam Malaysia has completed the world's first Islamic profit rate swap, a three-year 136 million ringgit ($36 million) deal with Standard Chartered Malaysia.
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Standard Chartered has become the first bank to launch interest rate swaps on the Bloomberg electronic platform in five Asian currencies - Hong Kong dollars, Singapore dollars, Indian rupees, Taiwan...
Standard Chartered has set up commodity derivatives desks in London and Singapore as part of a move to strengthen its global rates and foreign exchange business.
The China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) has extended the transition period for its new derivatives licensing regime, giving banks an extra three months to get licences in place that will allo...
Mike Bass, Standard Chartered’s head of interest rate derivatives, has been promoted to global head of rates and foreign exchange.
Standard Chartered has hired Will Shropshire in a dual capacity as head of foreign exchange options trading, Asia and global head of forex investor products in Singapore.
Dutch bank ABN Amro has hired Rayson Hazra as vice-president of financial institutions foreign exchange distribution in Singapore.
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