BBVA The strong position occupied by BBVA in the Spanish market derives from its internal private banking clients and the mass retail products sold through its branch network and third-party distributors...
A few large banks are renting out their credit ratings to protect structured finance vehicles from downgrades. But it’s a complex business, and it can come at a heavy cost to the original counterparties....
Banks in Asia are increasingly relying on the pricing and execution power of their electronic platforms to keep their structured products operations competitive. But as more strive towards the low costs...
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Despite recent outflows from locally listed exchange-traded funds and a flight to US equities, investors in Latin America can soon expect to see local dividend indexes, hot on the heels of the region's first environmental ETF. By Hannah Collins
Low initial listing fees and heavy use of over-the-counter trading platforms are squeezing profitability for the structured products segments on the Frankfurt and Stuttgart stock exchanges. Michael Marray finds out how they are responding
Investors were once in the dark about the names of the institutions that issued structured products. But now, in the kind of progress hoped for by regulators, anyone in the UK buying these products will know who the counterparty is, according to the latest...
RBS merges investor products and non-linear trading; Arbuthnot Latham bolsters wealth management; Coutts hires Asia risk chief in Hong Kong; BlackRock hires Hardy in Hong Kong; Natixis goes to Seeyond
Opinion on exchange-traded funds was split at Structured Products Asia, though delegates heard about opportunistic profits arising from Europe’s debt crisis and esoteric commodity plays amid the challenges of counterparty risk and low interest rates....
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future
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