Deutsche and UBS top Asia Risk’s derivatives house awards

The top honours for individual product groups go to JP Morgan for interest rate derivatives, Lehman Brothers for credit derivatives, Barclays Capital for currency derivatives, UBS for equity derivatives and Société Générale for energy/commodity derivatives.

Asia Risk’s deal of the year is the Start II collateralised loan obligation (CLO), a securitisation of Standard Chartered’s wholesale banking loan portfolio that was jointly arranged with Lehman Brothers.

The risk management house of the year award goes to Singapore’s OCBC Bank. Gilbert Kohnke, head of group risk management, said: “The award is an independent affirmation of our efforts in achieving business excellence and competitive advantage through risk-based pricing, innovative structuring and attention to client relationships.”

The full details of the winners will be published in the October 2006 issue of Asia Risk.

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