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  1. Softer NSFR may not save repo, banks warn

    Speaking at a Risk conference in Stockholm in May, one bank executive claimed the issue had caused a rift within the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision: "When we have talked to regulators at the Basel Committee about this, it's quite clear...

  2. SEC gives green light to Eaton Vance’s active ETMFs

    Because investors only need to redeem shares once in an ETF, they save a round of capital gains tax. When an investor wants to leave a mutual fund, the manager must redeem an equivalent portion of shares, paying one round of tax, and the investor...

  3. Smart beta indexes gain currency with Asian investors

    The reality can be rather different, as investors discovered in 2011 with Citi's Cubes Diversified commodities fund, which aimed to generate capital appreciation in rising commodities markets. Last year Credit Suisse restored some faith in bank...

  4. Liquidity concerns still haunt Ficc

    That model is now changing, as increased risk aversion and regulatory reforms designed to return the cost of liquidity and capital to more sustainable levels favour more agency-based trading models. There has been a step change in liquidity in the...

  5. Dealers fret over NSFR impact on equities

    How is this going to support capital markets? The final version of the NSFR, released on October 31, ignores these requests, meaning banks will be required to find one-year funding for 50% of their non-bank equities holdings.

  6. Poor liquidity stalls long-dated Thai derivatives market

    Much of the demand for long-dated products is coming from the Thai insurance sector, which is one of the fastest growing in Asia, and has been operating under the first stages of a risk-based capital (RBC) framework since 2011, which has revealed...

  7. SunGard taps videogames to boost risk technology

    The study found an increase in the number of new vendor initiatives that aim to improve information flows in capital markets with solutions that can extend the capabilities with a limited development effort needed by the banks, including providing...

  8. Hedge Fund Lions' Den live now - Season 2

    The lions taking part in the series are: Ewan Kirk, CIO and founder, Cantab Capital; Andrew McCaffery, global head of alternatives, Aberdeen Asset Management; and Natasha Reeve-Gray, principal, Altis Partners.

  9. UKSPA launches structured product classification system

    The main variables identified by the trade body's guidelines are whether a product offers capital protection and whether it is a growth product or provides an income stream. Each page also contains further clarification of how much capital is at...

  10. Netting problems will restrict pension funds, FCMs warn

    Lawyers’ reluctance to grant netting opinions is hiking capital requirements for low-risk trades It also means they can call for margin – and hold capital - against that net risk. Both practices could be subject to challenge following a...

  11. Green credentials and RBS deal work in BNPP's favour

    The fully ethical product stands out as it provides capital protection through World Bank Green Bonds, as well as equity exposure to the bank's Ethical Europe Equity index. Structured products with capital protection offered that convexity," says...

  12. BNP Paribas harmonises forex and equities pricing

    One notable deal involved a European retail bank looking to market €10 million notional of complex, capital-protected fixed-income-related securities for six-year term. The investor takes credit risk on whichever bank the zero coupon is deposited...