Financial Stability Board's G-Sii regime should be consistent with US Sifi rules, says NAIC chief
Two-fifths of hedge fund managers are waiting for the finalisation of EU regulations before taking action to become compliant, according to a survey by Preqin on implementation of AIFMD
US distributor of the year: Incapital
Special report: The Americas
John Tessar will add his 15 years' structured products experience to JVB Financial's expansion drive in North America
Alberta, Canada, home to the world’s third largest oil reserves, will await further federal government moves before upping its own emissions limits or developing a carbon cap-and-trade scheme
Price differentials make LNG exports viable but price future risk could hamper projects; credit-worthy partner is key
Transition managers question whether the number of them in the Asian market - 13 - is already too many.
"Massive" shale production unsustainable at current prices; Gazprom has no plans to invest
Macquarie Group expands into Canadian crude market; hires ex-Trafigura Canada president to lead new business
Société Générale agrees to buy North American power and natural gas assets from RBS Sempra Commodities
Stoxx extends blue-chip indexes to Asia and North America
Credit Awards Americas 2010: The winners
Credit magazine's annual awards for the North American credit markets will take place in New York on Thursday, where the winners will be presented with their awards in categories such as Best Bank for Credit, Best Bank for Investment Grade Bonds and Best…
New technology means the cost of shale gas production is more favourable than natural gas
As the US Congress moves to boost derivatives clearing requirements, an industry panel has called for regulators to investigate a move towards clearing and netting across US power markets and to clarify the legal uncertainty in the area
Melanie White speaks to a selection of winners of the ICFA Americas Service Provider Awards (ASPAs) 2011 who give their comments on their evening wins, as well as their prospects for the year ahead.
JP Morgan’s move into liquefied natural gas (LNG) last week is indicative of growing interest and expectations for the future of the sector.