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  1. Insurers must prove bank-style run risk worries wrong

    The insurance industry must do more to show regulators they are wrong to worry about a run by policyholders on an insurer, delegates heard at Insurance Risk North America earlier today. Be open about liability illiquidity, urge panellists

  2. Moody's sees $14.5bn FX fines for top banks

    Moody's includes Deutsche Bank, Citi, Barclays, UBS, HSBC, JP Morgan, Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley and Bank of America Merrill Lynch in its list of banks that might be fined.

  3. BAML increases inflation market share

    Bank of America wins inflation house of the year award Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) has maintained its commitment to inflation this year, not only with institutional deals in which it has delivered innovation, but also through the creation...

  4. Spooky Google Doodles for Halloween 2014

    To get us in the mood for this year’s ghouls, witches, and spooky-themed Google Doodles, let’s take a quick dive into the history behind one of America’s most cherished holidays. Just as Halloween has seen some evolution over the years, so have the...

  5. Negative Eonia splits US and EU banks, traders and lawyers

    The divide can be seen in the list of signatories to the negative rates protocol, published by the International Swaps and Derivatives Association in May, which clarifies there is no floor on the interest payable – Bank of America Merrill Lynch...

  6. The secrets of successful energy trading firms

    At one point or another, many banks have had a significant presence in energy trading, including Barclays, Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML), Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan. Training programmes, innovation and risk-taking among top traits

  7. Conflict of interest: banks call for unity on Eonia

    Big dealers have been slow to sign up, however, with only four adhering to the protocol as of October 29 – Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley. Traders fear swap market will be split by 0% floor disputes

  8. People: TD Bank bags Scotia Capital structuring team

    Personne has headed Citi's multi-asset group for Emea since joining the firm in 2013 from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he held various senior roles in equities and funds derivatives trading, structuring and sales.

  9. Hong Kong warrant market players bullish about 2015

    As many as 29 banks have issued warrants on the Hong Kong market since 2005 but the exit of Barclays, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Rabobank from the sector last year brought the number of active players down to 14.

  10. Fines to rise as regulators continue to punish misconduct

    In a year of headline-grabbing settlements from the regulator, the record-breaking $16.65 billion penalty against Bank of America stood out. Repeated conduct failures lead to increase in average penalty amount

  11. 8 Lessons Learned From Owning a Search Agency for 15 Years

    We brought IndexTools to North America, which eventually was sold to Yahoo in 2008. The goal of these "lessons" is to help you use what I found worked best and apply these to make your agency better. The lessons are in no particular order, but...

  12. Movie-Themed Halloween Costumes Lead Google Search Trends

    Maleficent and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles costumes rank third and fourth, respectively, followed by costumes from Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain America, and The Avengers. What will the most popular Halloween costumes be this year?

  13. Native Advertising for Small Business: The Missing Link?

    According to the Content Marketing Institute’s "Benchmarks, Budgets, and Trends — North America" report, about 65 percent of B2B marketers say that they don’t have a documented content market strategy in place.

  14. Industry picks holes in BCR proposals

    Seamus Creedon, a member of the Eiopa stakeholders group and a former Solvency II project manager at Brussels-based European actuarial association Groupe Consultatif Actuariel Européen, suggests the peculiar IAIS discount curve reflects tensions...