Banks struggle to make strategy calls as rules pile up

Isda AGM: Interaction between some rules “very, very convex”, says Deutsche exec

Deutsche says interaction of rules is not intuitive

Overlapping rules are making it difficult for banks to work out what businesses they want to be in, and how to price their products and services, dealers complained at last week's annual meeting of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association. The new rules often interact, which can magnify or mitigate the impact of any action, they said.

Paul Hinds, co-head of portfolio risk management for the Americas within Deutsche Bank's corporate banking and securities (CB&S) division, said his team

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