Asia Risk Awards 2016: The winners

Recognising excellence in derivatives trading and risk management in Asia

The profiles of our winners can be found below:

House of the Year, Asia ex-Japan: Credit Suisse

House of the Year, Japan: BNP Paribas

RMB House of the Year: Deutsche Bank

Regional House of the Year: DBS

Credit Derivatives House of the Year: Societe Generale

Currency Derivatives House of the Year: HSBC

Equity Derivatives House of the Year: UBS

Interest Rate Derivatives House of the Year: Standard Chartered Bank

Energy and Commodities Derivatives House of the Year: Standard Chartered Bank

Structured Products House of the Year: Societe Generale

Securities House of the Year: Guotai Junan International Holdings Ltd

Bank Risk Manager of the Year: Hiroaki Demizu, BTMU

Clearing Bank of the Year: Citi

Clearing House of the Year: LCH

ETF House of the Year: Commerzbank

Interdealer Broker of the Year: BGC Partners

Derivatives Exchange of the Year: SGX

Private Bank of the Year: UBS Wealth Management

Collateral Manager of the Year: BNY Mellon

Derivatives Law Firm of the Year: Allen & Overy

Technology Provider of the Year: Calypso Technology

Technology Development of the Year: Catena Technologies

House of the Year, China: Ping An

House of the Year, Hong Kong: HSBC

House of the Year, India: Edelweiss

House of the Year, Indonesia: CIMB Niaga

House of the Year, Malaysia: CIMB

House of the Year, Singapore: OCBC

House of the Year, South Korea: Korea Development Bank

House of the Year, Taiwan: CTBC Bank

House of the Year, Thailand: Siam Commercial Bank

House of the Year, Vietnam: Techcom Bank

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