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Banks' anti-money-laundering processes will come under scrutiny in the face of tougher sanctions in the Middle East
Head of European sales says new legislation produces an "untenable situation" where if clients choose to be non-compliant, firms will have to disengage from them
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The Asia-Pacific region has accounted for 54% of all new global wealth creation since 2010 and emerging markets are set to drive global wealth creation during the next five years, according to Credi...
Forex clearing will be restricted to non-deliverable forwards as US authorities discuss whether settlement risk can be properly managed for cleared forex options, according to speakers at the FX Wee...
"The pursuit by industry of legitimate and appropriate risk management is now made unduly onerous," says CFTC commissioner Scott O'Malia
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The SEC may charge Standard & Poor's with breaking federal security laws in its rating of a 2007 CDO.
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In an exclusive interview, the BBA discusses whether the ICB should have looked more closely at other separation models for its final report on financial stability in the UK
US pension regulation reform will increase focus on risk management
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Pension funds in the US are becoming increasingly aware of the need for pension risk management and pension risk transfers, as new pension regulations are implemented
Markets turn against French banks in general - and SG in particular - on a day short on solid news and long on rumours
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