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Hedge fund performance needs to rise in 2013 in order to ensure institutional investors do not lose heart with alternatives. But new EU rules could distract managers from focusing on performance.
The recent easing of the Basel III liquidity coverage ratio is welcome, but highlights the difficult – perhaps impossible – regulatory challenge of striking the right balance in a world of too-big-to-fail banks, writes David Rowe
If there had been an equities division within Barclays in the US in the early days of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), the debate about whether physically-backed or derivatives-backed is better would probably never have emerged. But there was no such division,...
SPA takes issue with Which? figures; Thames River gives the thumbs-down to bonds for 2013; global fund managers expect the economy to improve this year, says survey; energy efficiency to see huge growth
The long-awaited impact assessment on Omnibus II’s long-term guarantees package has finally been given the green light after months of political wrangling over the terms of reference. Yet, it is naïve to think that the assessment, which will look...
Technology can provide a competitive advantage in banking. How it is applied by Tier 1 and Tier 2 institutions, to the benefit for their risk management systems, is discussed.
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