Corporates

Asia Risk 15: Sandip Biswas, Tata Steel

Tata Steel has managed risks on multiple fronts during its transformation from an Indian company into a multinational corporation over the past 15 years. Adopting a proactive but prudent approach to using derivatives has helped achieve this growth. Rahul…

Lufthansa wary of OTC regulations

Corporates across the globe have lobbied to ensure end-users are not subjected to new clearing requirements for derivatives. For Lufthansa’s treasury department in Frankfurt, ensuring it is able to continue to hedge its foreign exchange and interest rate…

Risk corporate survey 2010

Price is still the most important factor for corporates when choosing which dealer to trade with. However, a wide divergence in pricing among banks means transparency is now a key issue. By Matt Cameron, with additional research by Alexander Campbell,…

The hedge costs explosion

High volatility in foreign exchange markets over the past year has forced many corporates to reassess their hedge books. A number of banks have increased their advisory services to help companies conduct an in-depth analysis of their exposures as a…

Corporate concessions

Corporates have argued initiatives to introduce over-the-counter derivatives regulation in the US and Europe will severely hamper their ability to hedge. After an intensive lobbying effort, the politicians appear to be listening. Matt Cameron reports

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