Risk Middle East Rankings 2010: Dealers adjust to new pricing realities


The derivatives market has had to adapt to some uncomfortable truths in the two years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers. Counterparty risk and funding costs – elements of price that had largely been ignored in the pre-crisis world – have become significant drivers of overall price, opening the door to a far more complex world. As a result, dealers are now acutely conscious of whether a trade is collateralised and how the credit support annex (CSA), which governs collateral posting, is

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