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People moves: SocGen changes at the top, new global markets head at HSBC, compliance switch at Natixis, and more
Latest job changes across the industry
Japan’s thinly traded CDS market will make CVA hedging challenging, dealers say
Revaluation of derivatives books likely to cause hundreds of millions in one-off losses
Sharp increase in risk weights for unrated corporates could lead to 30% jump in RWAs
Working group reports “growing need” for valuation adjustment but cherry-picking fears persist
Also: Instinet hires Asia-Pacific CEO, China chief for Citi, IDFC Bank names new chief exec; and others
Financial Stability Board wants Japan to clarify the conditions under which it can use its resolution powers
Introduction of pricing adjustment could see foreign banks compete for corporate business
Industry working group formed to discuss introducing accounting adjustment
Japanese regulator implements new rules to increase transparency of complex fund products such as double-deckers
Masao Hasegawa, CRO at Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, says he was taken aback by a regulatory requirement to develop a resolution and recovery plan before year-end
Risk perceptions start to steady on banks and insurance companies as Japan counts economic cost of natural disaster
International launch of new precious metals trading business builds on previous efforts
Energy and commodity markets have staged impressive growth in the past 15 years, but there have also been some eye-watering failures along the way. Katie Holliday considers what has been learnt from these catastrophes, and whether derivatives scandals…
Losses & Lawsuits
Japanese regulators have criticised Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation for compelling customers to buy interest rate swaps in exchange for extended loans.
Japan’s Sumitomo Corporation has installed FNX’s Sierra System to support its strategy of complete straight-through processing (STP) for its commodities, exchange-traded products and swap-trading operations.
Tokyo-based Sumitomo Trust and Banking (STB) has closed Japan's first synthetic collateralised debt obligation (CDO) referenced to a semi-managed portfolio of structured finance transactions. The deal was worth ¥70 billion ($591 million).
Credit default swap spreads on Japanese computer maker Fujitsu’s five-year debt protection widened 30 basis points this week, following media speculation that the company might become a “rehabilitation candidate” for the government’s Industrial…
Japan's four largest banks have posted a combined ¥3.61 trillion ($30.9 billion) in losses for the 2002 financial year, following larger-than-expected losses in their cross-equity holdings amid slump in the country’s equity markets and their ongoing…
Japan’s four largest banks have posted a combined ¥3.61 trillion ($30.9 billion) in losses for the 2002 financial year, following larger-than-expected losses in their cross-equity holdings amid slump in the country’s equity markets and their ongoing…
Japanese credit default swap spreads continued to tighten on technical factors, nearly reaching record levels, with trading volumes on the whole fairly subdued, according to traders.