7. Subprime mortgages
The appointment of Doug Naidus as global co-head of residential mortgage origination and trading at Deutsche Bank is a reflection of how much has changed since the bank bought MortgageIT last year. Here, he talks with Mortgage Risk about the firm's move...
Historically, cross-border mortgage lending has been a limited market with select players offering piecemeal loans to those looking for holiday homes. Now originators are assessing the potential of so-called emerging mortgage markets, where new ventures...
Keydata Investment Services has unveiled an array of new structured products. Its five-year Dynamic Growth Plan Plus issue seven offers two times any rise in the FTSE 100 index, subject to a maximum investment growth of 90%. Issue eight of the same plan...
The future of Russian energy under president-elect Dmitri Medvedev largely depends upon his ability to navigate the country's Byzantine political climate, writes Robert Amsterdam
Asia's rapidly growing and energy-intensive economies are driving a global nuclear renaissance, writes Lauren Hilgers
Uncertainty surrounding the US government's role in project finance for new nuclear generation is threatening to hold back the renaissance. David Watkins reports
As seasoned investors will tell you, putting your money in emerging markets can be a rough ride. The highs may be high, but the lows can be even lower. The emerging markets debt team at MFS Investment Management are aiming to give their investors a different,...
With US structured finance markets in the grip of the subprime squeeze, close neighbour Mexico might be expected to have suffered a similar fate. But strong investor demand for securitisation and homeowner-friendly government initiatives are combining...
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