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Maximising value from ESG data

Bloomberg’s Brad Foster discusses the latest trends in environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) data usage by capital markets firms

Addressing SA-CCR capital challenges with FX clearing

Since the implementation of the standardised approach to counterparty credit risk (SA-CCR) in June 2021, the foreign exchange industry has struggled to cope with the sharp increases in capital requirements for FX products. James Shanahan, director,…

UMR and the growth of client clearing

Following the implementation of phase six of the uncleared margin rules (UMR) this September, buy-side firms in-scope are carefully considering how to allocate capital and collateral more efficiently. Uchenna Uduji, ForexClear business manager, discusses…

ESG and climate risk: special report 2022

This Risk.net Environmental, social and governance (ESG) and climate risk special report brings together a collection of articles that explore the latest issues in assessing and managing ESG and climate risk. The tide is turning, with many more firms now…

Impact investing: trends and best practices

A panel of investment specialists discusses the rapidly expanding world of environment, social and governance (ESG) investing, with a particular focus on climate. They discuss best practice for achieving impact investing, their expectations on climate…

Carbon markets: what to watch

As carbon markets take on increased importance, Victoria White, senior associate at Allen & Overy, discusses the outlook for carbon trading, highlighting the key developments shaping these markets

Counterparty credit risk: special report 2022

This Risk.net special report contains a collection of articles that consider the impact of SA-CCR and how banks are adapting to the new regime, as well as the challenges of managing counterparty credit risk and reducing the cost of trading over-the…

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