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  1. Hedge funds ‘cannot be too paranoid' on reputational risk

    With shorting shares, rumour-mongering and press tip-offs all becoming more common, investors are looking to hedge fund owners to identify threats and protect their investments. Lawyer advises counter-strike against dirty tricks campaigns

  2. Stop! Before You Fire Anyone, Try These Proven Tips for Handling Difficult SEO Clients

    Early on, ask them about their weekend, their kids, their hobbies and interests and find some common ground. This is usually the most common problem among SEO clients today. Common symptoms are unrealistic expectations, leading to anger and...

  3. Netting problems will restrict pension funds, FCMs warn

    Most are not subject to federal bankruptcy law but a variety of state laws might take their place – either state common law or state trust law. Lawyers struggle to remember cases in which a pension fund has defaulted on its swaps, but this...

  4. SEC to focus on fair value in alternative mutual funds

    Other common issues pertaining to the internal controls around valuation raised by the SEC include: Earlier this year, the Securities and Exchange Commission's Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) announced a "sweep" examination...

  5. Writing Your Way to the Top of Search and Social Results

    The one thing in common is that the content, regardless of size, must be well-written and optimized to maximize the search results and social sharing opportunities. Search and social media writing - we’ve come a long way in the past 10 years.

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

    Another common argument put forward by traders in favour of negative interest rates applying is that there's nothing in the CSA stopping it. Three different banks, three different answers: yes, says one senior rates trader, his bank will be paying.

  7. Japan FSA: cross-border recognition process too slow

    And you can see bilateral deals being cut over OTC clearing in the next few years, especially if international regulators can't agree on a common standard. US and Europe must recognise third-country rules as equivalent sooner

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

    Despite the projected trading losses, all G-Sibs met the minimum common equity Tier I ratio of 5.5% under the adverse scenario. Estimated losses are lower than in last crisis, analysts say The largest European banks would suffer aggregate trading...