Editor's letter: lessons learnt from 2009


Traders and risk managers have spent most of 2009 dealing, in one way or another, with the aftermath of the financial crisis, both in terms of its immediate impact on market liquidity as well as simply watching for signs of economic recovery and awaiting news on changes to regulation for derivatives trading.

In Katie Holliday’s feature looking at the major lessons learnt this year, some risk managers argue that the new importance placed on risk management after the crisis is unlikely to last and

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