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  1. Bloomberg and UBS clash over Sef aggregation

    Bloomberg and UBS clashed yesterday over attempts by the Swiss bank to provide clients of its Neo trading platform with access to Bloomberg's swap execution facility (Sef) - a so-called introducing broker service that UBS claims the Sef refuses to...

  2. Custody Risk European Awards 2014 winners announced

    Most Innovative Project of the YearFor Target2-Securities: European Central Bank Custodian of the Year: BeneluxWinner: KAS BankShortlistBNY MellonKAS Bank Custodian of the Year: Channel IslandsWinner: Deutsche Bank InternationalShortlistDeutsche...

  3. JPX has 'no plans' to list Nikkei 400 futures overseas

    Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda also announced recently that the central bank will target purchasing ETF assets on this index, which will further enhance investor interest. Onshore derivative market is the focus for Osaka Securities Exchange

  4. "Europeans are the problem" in CCP oversight standoff

    This would be held in escrow at a central bank and would be bailed-in if a CCP ran into trouble and exhausted all the capital available in its traditional default waterfall. Senior investment bank executives and end users such as BlackRock have...

  5. 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.

  6. KBC Asset Management offers step-up payout and Smart Start

    The close relationship with the bank distribution network allows investment themes to be discussed in detail with distributors before the product developers begin with structuring work. Another example of the company's innovation over the past year...

  7. Network investment works for Raiffeisen Centrobank in CEE

    RCB focuses on co-operating with local banks in the Raiffeisen Bank International network. RCB is winner of central and eastern Europe award Raiffeisen Centrobank is facing growing competition in individual countries, but having invested heavily to...

  8. HVB wins with placements and self-directed products

    UniCredit group member HypoVereinsbank onemarkets (HVB) has traditionally been strong in the area of capital-protected certificates and the more conservative end of the structured products market, but in the past two years the bank has...

  9. Nationwide: ABS markets need more than warm words

    The Basel Committee watered down its capital requirement proposals in late 2013, while the Bank of England and the European Central Bank issued a joint report in May on improving Europe's securitisation market.

  10. Industry confronts hard choices in CCP recovery debate

    Those aren't bad ideas in their own right, but we believe CCPs won't be able to liquidate or port positions in 24–48 hours without causing extreme further chaos in the markets," says Emily Portney, global head of agency clearing and collateral...

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

    Dealers are bracing themselves for weeks of confusion and game-playing – the rates trading head suggests one US bank has deliberately constructed a big euro collateral-receiving position, and other firms are said to be selectively negotiating...

  12. FSB warns of spillovers from new bank structures

    This article was originally published on http://www.centralbanking.com/central-banking/news/2378442/fsb-warns-of-spillovers-from-new-bank-structures. Furthermore, once a ring-fenced bank is properly capitalised there is no reason why surplus funds...

  13. Bank of England disaster protocol questioned

    In doing so the Bank of England became the first central bank to adopt this as its contingency infrastructure. Questions were raised about the integrity of the Bank of England's disaster recovery processes after an IT glitch halted a crucial...

  14. EU stress tests see €46bn trading loss for G-Sibs

    The stress test is co-ordinated by the EBA in co-operation with the European Central Bank (ECB), the ESRB, the EC and national supervisors. The largest European banks would suffer aggregate trading losses of €46.6 billion in the worst-case scenario...