Local firms align with foreign dealers to include counterparty credit risk in corporate swap quotes
Decision to shorten settlement cycle likely to hike fails caused by confirmation mismatches
Min Park, regional head of equity derivatives and convertibles sales, is retiring from his role at Credit Suisse
Departure of Janice Yu from the French bank is latest example of consolidation in the Asian derivatives sector
On the move
Citi unveils quant strategies group
Japanese bank loses senior derivatives personnel across Asian and London offices; blames Japan earthquake and market uncertainty
Keith Meekins is the first non-Japanese chief executive at Daiwa Capital Markets Europe
Daiwa appoints fixed income sales head
Daiwa Capital Markets has named Martial Rouyere global head of equity derivatives in London, replacing Clarke Pitts, who has left the bank.
Daiwa Capital Markets finalised its purchase of the Asian equity derivatives and global convertible business of KBC today, and reaffirmed its Asian expansion drive with a bid to secure licences in South Korea
On the move
Tony Wong's appointment follows a series of senior hires made by Daiwa’s FICC division earlier this year
Daiwa Capital Markets has bolstered its expanding Hong Kong franchise with the recruitment of two more derivatives professionals
Chris Lee has taken over global market investment products and the db-x division in Asia for Deutsche Bank. Formerly head of the structured products group at UBS, Lee started at Deutsche in the last week of June.
Daiwa Capital Markets has extended its move into structured products with the acquisition of KBC Group's Asian equity derivatives business
Acquisition of warrants and ETF businesses is viewed as fast-tracking Daiwa's expansion in equity derivatives in Asia
Daiwa Securities SMBC, the Japanese investment bank, has appointed Andrew Cope in the newly created role of head of secured equity financing and supply for the bank's global equity finance department, as part of broader efforts to bolster the firm's…
Japan’s Daiwa Securities SMBC has launched a CDO of equity default swaps (EDS), making it the first pure EDS portfolio to be rated globally.
Tokyo-based Daiwa Securities SMBC has launched its first managed synthetic collateralised debt obligation (CDO). The deal is worth ¥5.4 billion and is referenced to a portfolio of 100 Japanese credits.