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US banks remain highly cautious about the impact of Volcker rule, industry expert says
Failure is a "black eye" for US financial sector, according to Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond unit head
European life insurers are particularly challenged by Orsa implementation, finds survey
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The Institute for Wealth Management uses structured products to give clients peace of mind while allowing them to pursue healthy returns. Yakob Peterseil speaks with Matt Medeiros, founder and CEO,...
Taking a bite of sour Apple
Tim Mortimer analyses the latest monthly trends in the US and UK structured product markets
UBS sold an optimised autocallable structured note to US investors in February 2012 that has so far not kicked out but has paid back better than a direct investment in the underlying, the stock of H...
One of the original five Fatca partners likely to take its time over signing IGA, expert warns
While foreign hedge funds have been driving down the value of the yen, now Japan insurers may strengthen the trend
The largest pension schemes in Hong Kong can potentially be exempted from Fatca after being judged by the US to be low risk for tax evasion
Hotly anticipated final Fatca regulations leave industry disappointed and without an agreement for non-IGA FFIs
The CFTC’s no-action relief letter issued late last year and SGX’s upcoming iron ore futures contract have ended uncertainty and brought back hesitant market participants
Falling out of love with protection
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.