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Risk 25: No more heroes in quantitative finance?

Scientific theories are supposed to be smooth processes, with progress building on progress. But sometimes a theory gets such a shock that it needs to be completely rethought – and quantitative finance is in the middle of such an upheaval

Risk awards 2012: JP Morgan takes the crown

JP Morgan scoops six categories in Risk’s annual awards, with Deutsche Bank winning three. Two colleagues from Danske Bank – Jesper Andreasen and Brian Huge – land the award for quantitative research, while Markit’s Lance Uggla wins the lifetime…

Nordic markets warm to central clearing

Regulators across the globe are intent on forcing over-the-counter derivatives through central clearing. How are supervisors in the Nordic region responding, and could the relative lack of liquidity in domestic markets hamper their efforts? By…

Bargain basement in the Baltic states

Scandinavian banks are set to become huge owners of Baltic real estate. A large proportion of home loans in the region come from Nordic lenders and repossessions are rising. Some banks are already making preparations to take over and service large…

A call to compliance

Mifid, Basel II, SOX - the pace of regulatory change has increased substantially over the past few years, which has led to the large-scale expansion of compliance departments for financial services firms. But the recruitment market is finding it hard to…

BoA loses French corp sales dealer

Olivier Brouet has left Bank of America (BoA) in London, where he worked in FX sales to French corporates, reports FX Week , Risk ’s sister publication.

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