Credit Suisse PL100 EMID


Credit Suisse - another of the large financial institutions that has come out relatively unscathed from the global financial crisis - has conducted a raft of eye-catching derivatives deals in the Asia-Pacific region in the past year. Some focused on helping the Swiss bank reduce its risk concentration exposures - such as shedding more than $1 billion of its correlation, or co-variance risk to sophisticated multi-strategy hedge funds by creating geometric variance dispersion trades (see Asia Risk

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