Asia Risk Awards 2017: The winners

High achievers in the fields of risk management and derivatives across Asia

The profiles of our winners can be found below:

House of the year, Asia ex-Japan: Societe Generale

House of the year, Japan: BNP Paribas

Regional house of the year: DBS Bank

Credit derivatives house of the year: Societe Generale

Currency derivatives house of the year: Standard Chartered Bank

Equity derivatives house of the year: UBS

Interest rate derivatives house of the year: Societe Generale

Energy/commodities derivatives house of the year: Standard Chartered Bank

RMB house of the year: BNP Paribas

Structured products house of the year: Natixis

Deal of the year: Natixis

Bank risk manager of the year: Johanna Poinsitt, Commerzbank

Quant house of the year: Credit Suisse

Clearing bank of the year: Standard Chartered Bank

ETF provider of the year: CSOP

Derivatives exchange of the year: SGX

Private bank of the year: Citi

Collateral manager of the year: BNY Mellon

Derivatives law firm of the year: Clifford Chance

Technology provider of the year: FIS

Technology development of the year: Fenics

Securities house of the year: Haitong

Clearing house of the year: HKEX

House of the year, Australia: ANZ

House of the year, China: ICBC

House of the year, Hong Kong: HSBC

House of the year, India: ICICI

House of the year, Indonesia: CIMB Niaga

House of the year, Malaysia: CIMB

House of the year, Singapore: OCBC Bank

House of the year, South Korea: Korea Development Bank

House of the year, Taiwan: CTBC

House of the year, Thailand: Siam Commercial Bank

House of the year, Vietnam: BIDV

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