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Key questions in Libor transition – Q&A with Tom Wipf

In this audiocast, Navin Raunier, partner for risk advisory at consultants TCS discusses recent developments in Libor transition with Tom Wipf, vice-chair of the institutional securities business at Morgan Stanley, and chair of the Federal Reserve Board…

Libor to Sonia – If not now, when?

At the end of this year, Libor will cease to exist. It is no longer about getting ready – it's about being ready. If we think of Libor as an 'approaching storm', the potential for disruption is great. If you heard a large storm coming, would you wait…

Developments in the EU bond market

Jutta Frey-Hartenberger and Lee Bartholomew of the Eurex fixed income product development team discuss the take-up and demand for support to mitigate unemployment risks in an emergency bonds and Next Generation European Union bonds among the investor…

Risk Markets Technology Awards 2021 winners' review

For the second year in succession, Murex was the big winner of this year’s Risk Markets Technology Awards, taking six categories – three for pricing and trading technology, with other wins for counterparty risk, Libor reform and systems support

Credit curves – Crucial in a crisis

The peak of the Covid-19 crisis in March 2020 underlined the need for superior data; when the tide goes out, the shortcomings of some datasets are cruelly exposed. Banks and asset managers will need to have confidence in the data fuelling their models…

The outlook for 2021 – FRTB

Eugene Stern, head of market risk products at Bloomberg, reveals how banks are adapting their strategies in the current environment, and why FRTB affords banks a unique opportunity to develop a unified view on market risk and enhance their overall risk…

The outlook for 2021 – Credit risk

David Croen, head of credit risk products at Bloomberg, reveals how credit risk management strategies are changing in the current environment, and the tactics and tools available for gaining a more forward-looking view on credit risk in the future

The outlook for 2021 – Libor

Steffan Tsilimos, head of interest rate derivatives products at Bloomberg, discusses the outlook for Libor derivatives, including how firms can best understand their exposure, the different approaches required for legacy transactions and the challenges…

2021 brings big changes to the carbon market landscape

ZE PowerGroup Inc. explores how newly launched emissions trading systems, recently established task forces, upcoming initiatives and the new US President, Joe Biden, and his administration can further the drive towards tackling the climate crisis

Libor transition – What is the endgame?

No-one expected the transition away from Libor to be easy. At the outset, some doubted whether the transition was even possible. However, with less than a year left before the expected cessation of Libor as a regulated benchmark, the transition certainly…

How can banks drive value from risktech investment?

Jeroen van Doorsselaere and Steve Hostettler, Wolters Kluwer Finance Risk and Regulatory Reporting, discuss the key findings from a recent Risk.net survey exploring the challenges, priorities and trends influencing risk teams’ investment decisions and…

Reaping the benefits of competition

There are a number of macro reasons to be optimistic in 2021 and CurveGlobal Market’s growing Sonia volumes and best-in-market pricing, and the rollout of ‘cash settled’ Gilt futures later in the first half of this year are just some of the reasons you…

Fighting financial fraud with AI

Risk and compliance professionals convened for a Risk.net webinar, How to successfully mitigate fraud – AI in action, in association with NICE Actimize to debate the use of artificial intelligence in the fight against fraud

Family office investing – Special report 2020

Even before the tumultuous events of 2020, many wealthy family investors across Asia were becoming more careful with their investments – wary that the longest bull market in history had to end sometime. Their prudence proved well judged when storm clouds…

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