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Despite the recent poor performance of European equities, three US banks have registered leveraged return notes based on the Euro Stoxx 50 Index in a single week, some with unusually long maturities
Four months after the furore surrounding the Tvix exchange-traded note, Finra has responded by issuing an investor alert warning of the risks involved in the products
Chilton warns banks to either co-operate with regulators on the Volcker rule or get out of its way, as it is definitely happening
Ten leveraged return structures from four different issuers in the latest SEC filings show that a degree of risk appetite has returned to the market
BNP Paribas has debuted its first ETF in the US, utilising the dynamic roll strategy to offer investors efficient commodity exposure
The UK Financial Services Authority should have forced large, sophisticated banks to adopt the advanced measurement approach to operational risk, risk manager argues
Speakers at OpRisk Europe conference call for balance between harmonisation and national freedom
Swedish wealth manager Garantum Fondkommissionen and Swedish Export Credit Corporation returned to the US structured products market last week
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