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  1. Beneficial ownership of assets under scrutiny in divorce

    The standard procedure is for applications of this sort to be made without prior warning to the target business. So, if a husband in financial remedy proceedings is asked by a suspicious wife to provide information about his investments in a hedge...

  2. Sef execution of package trades to be postponed

    He did admit, however, that he is concerned about the departure of several large financial institutions from the clearing business over the past year – including the Royal Bank of Scotland and Bank of New York Mellon.

  3. Dealers fret over NSFR impact on equities

    There is no exemption for default fund contributions related to client trades, meaning large client clearing businesses will require more funding, increasing costs on a business already under considerable pressure.

  4. Ossiam rewarded for innovation in strategies

    Ossiam, which is majority owned by Natixis Global Asset Management, is often more transparent than rival providers, says Pavlov, because of its independence in selecting counterparties for replication, trading and in terms of business development.

  5. US bilateral margin rules: a hit parade of horrors

    Bilateral margining is designed to achieve two fairly simple policy goals: capping systemic counterparty risk by requiring market participants to exchange initial and variation margin once exposure passes a certain level; and encouraging firms to...

  6. People: TD Bank bags Scotia Capital structuring team

    In his new role at the French bank, he will report to David Kiddie, chief executive of institutional business. Meanwhile, BNP Paribas has appointed Guy Davies as equities director for the institutional business line, based in London.

  7. CVA hedge losses prompt focus on swaptions and guarantees

    The senior CVA trader at the third European bank, however, says a number of non-bank entities – hedge funds and sovereign wealth funds, for example – are keen to invest in business that has become capital-intensive for banks, including...

  8. Hong Kong warrant market players bullish about 2015

    Dealers are predicting up to a 50% spike in business next year And while both expressed optimism for an increase in business next year, Cedric Cheung, head of warrants and CBBC sales and marketing Hong Kong for JP Morgan, the second largest player...

  9. OCC’s Taylor: US creates ‘headroom’ for leverage rethink

    Taylor conceded that ongoing reviews of the Basel III rules create uncertainty for bank business models and strategic plans. To the extent you're closer to one constraint than another in a particular line of business, maybe pay more attention in...

  10. Industry picks holes in BCR proposals

    The association recommends insurers subject to the BCR discount liabilities based on the rates of risk-adjusted liquid interest rate swaps or government bonds – if the former market is less liquid in a given jurisdiction – plus several adjustments...

  11. "Content Performance Marketing" – 3 Steps to Future Success

    Dive into the seasonality of your business, and understand when you need to ramp up content based on things like holiday shopping seasons – when the demand is higher for retailers’ content. That’s going to be different for every business and each...

  12. 3 Campaigns Your E-Commerce Account Should Have for Christmas

    But it can be a difficult area to manage, especially if your business has thousands of SKUs, fast-changing stock, and ever-changing prices and promotions. The automatic aspect of them gives you a really effective way to use your marketing budget in...

  13. The Challenge of Enterprise Link-Building in a Content Marketing World

    Additionally, this new content needs to be focused on meeting our own business objectives and be consistent with our brand image. Typically these folks include corporate branding, the business unit that you are suggesting the content for, the...