Interest Rate Derivatives House of the Year - Deutsche Bank

Risk Awards 2008

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This was a year of two halves. In the first part of 2007, interest rate markets functioned with all their usual verve and complexity: dealers attempted to take a slice of asset management business by launching beta index products designed to match the performance of traditional funds for a fraction of the cost; a hectic market for mergers and acquisitions was being supported by deal-contingent hedges; and structured products continued to flood both retail and institutional markets, with dealers

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