Inflation derivatives house of the year: HSBC

In a year of limited inflation supply from traditional issuers, HSBC helped unlock a huge flow of swaps - and simultaneously ensured a smooth syndication of the biggest bond ever issued in terms of duration

Dariush Mirfendereski, HSBC

With dealers spending more time restructuring existing inflation swaps than striking new ones with corporates and utilities, it has been harder for pension funds and other investors to source cashflows linked to the UK's retail prices index (RPI).

HSBC generated a wave of supply in late 2013 and early 2014, through its role as duration manager on the UK Debt Management Office's (DMO) record-breaking £5 billion index-linked 2068 gilt, and its execution of a simultaneous portfolio restructuring of

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