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SEC official warns compliance teams at quant funds lack qualifications and knowledge to effectively monitor trading strategies
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Asset manager returns to phone trading after electronic execution in foreign exchange contracts is forced onto Sefs
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Senior executives at RBS have weighed up the bank's potential exposure to CCPs
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Deutsche Bank and CQS using risk indicators to adjust pay
Leverage-only approach would set prudential rules back 50 years, warns senior Canadian regulator
The "day will come" when CFTC tries to ensure compliance by foreign banks that have not registered as swap dealers
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