Risk interdealer rankings 2012 - PLEASE VOTE


Thank you for participating in Risk's interdealer rankings 2012.

The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. All responses will remain strictly confidential and personal information will not be published or released to any third party.

The poll is divided into four product categories: interest rates; currency; equity; and credit derivatives. Please complete the survey by choosing your top three counterparty dealers in order of preference in each of the categories. Base your decisions on the criteria most important to you - for instance, pricing, liquidity provision, counterparty risk and/or reliability.

Only vote in the categories in which you trade. If you didn't trade in a particular product or currency category over the year, please leave the data field empty.

The first 50 respondents will receive a free issue of Risk. The results will be available to subscribers in the September 2012 issue of Risk and at www.risk.net/risk-magazine.

The closing date for the poll is 27 July.

IMPORTANT: When aggregating the results, we look to strip out what we consider to be invalid votes. These include people voting for their own firm, multiple votes from the same person or IP address, votes from people using non-business accounts, votes by people who choose the same firm indiscriminately throughout the poll, votes by people who clearly do not trade the product, and block votes from groups of people on the same desk at the same institution voting for the same firm. For instance, we do not allow block votes from 20 people on the same desk, in the same location, all voting in exactly the same way, within hours and in some cases minutes of each other. We see this as a clear attempt to unfairly manipulate the poll. The editor's decision is final.

Click here to access the poll.

If you have any questions, please contact me by telephone: +44 (0) 20 7316 9020 or email: [email protected].

Thanks in advance for your help and cooperation.

Duncan Wood
Editor, Risk

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