Hedge funds in the US have until July 21 to register with the SEC but Citigroup says over a third of the larger funds have not yet done so.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch has hired Craig Reynolds as head of North American rates and made internal moves to beef up its rates business in Europe
Regulators release risk retention rule; publish a specific loan-to-value ratio for those mortgages that will be exempted
A torrent of misinformation printed by the media and calls from plaintiff law firms for investors to bring claims is damaging the industry, according to structured product bankers and lawyers
Barclays Capital is moving several of its foreign exchange heads into new roles as it merges two structuring entities.
Ted spread on the rise as eurozone sovereigns remain stable
RBS promotes Eichel to head of US credit
America’s balancing act
Home grown: a domestic US covered bond market
All bases covered?
Preparing for inflation
Ahead of the curve
Navigating the nuances of ETFs
Bank of England paper uses BIS banking stats to show potential for cross-border contagion has been rising for past two decades, reaching its apogee at the time of the Lehman Brothers’ collapse
Renewed risk appetite
Carrot and stick
US power M&A: lively activity expected in 2011
Next move for data
WikiLeak alleges some economists and bankers dissatisfied with Central Bank of Bahrain's slow reaction to real-estate sector problems
Get back into risky assets this year, says BNP Paribas
Moody’s rating guidelines for operational risk imminent
While dollar's status as reserve currency makes imminent downgrade unlikely, that may change if US government fails to implement credible debt reduction plan, says lead sovereign analyst at Moody's.