Hedge fund derivatives house of the year: Deutsche Asset and Wealth Management


US regulators finally nailed down the details of the Volcker rule in December, but one of the central tenets of the legislation has remained the same since it was first mooted by former Federal Reserve governor Paul Volcker in January 2010: banks will be prohibited from owning, sponsoring or investing in hedge funds. Coupled with tough new capital rules, banks have long been scaling back their hedge funds operations – and they’re not the only ones. Faced with a wave of newly implemented and

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