Asia Risk awards 2014: The winners

Range-bound markets prompted a return of complex credit derivatives, such as credit repacks and CLOs. Elsewhere, China investors welcomed Shibor-linked products. In our annual Asia Risk awards, we hail the outstanding achievers in Asia's derivatives industry during 2014


Scroll down for profiles of the winners

With the notable exceptions of the India and Indonesia elections, and the short-term reversal of the renminbi/dollar appreciation story in early February, Asian markets have continued to be range-bound on the back of central banks' ongoing loose approach to monetary policy.

The impact of this macro-environment was felt most keenly in the credit markets: a number of houses reported significant jumps in their credit derivatives businesses, particularly in

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