SEO News


  1. The Rise of the User Experience Marketer

    Comments like this one, from Steve Krug, author of Don’t Make Me Think, which indicate that quantitative data is second to qualitative data make it clear that we still have some ground to cover before marketing and UX have truly mutual goals.

  2. Learning to Carry Your SEO Baggage

    The new domain name may cover some sins for a little while, but eventually they could rear their ugly head and make problems for the new domain. Everyone has things they carry with them from their past.

  3. Dealers fret over NSFR impact on equities

    Concerns have been sparked, though, by a new requirement to apply a 100% RSF to 20% of a bank's liabilities – presumably an attempt to ensure banks have some cover for a sudden ballooning of their out-of-the-money positions and a consequent demand...

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

    Previous estimates have placed potential fines at around $40 billion, according to an analyst at Citi, while banks have been putting aside funds from their third-quarter earnings to cover any future financial penalties.

  5. Your Job Is to Make Google Look Good

    Here are some examples of things you might need to cover on your page: This post will explore why this is true, and what it means for your SEO strategy. Why, Oh Why, Is This True? A few months back I was speaking with someone, and they asked me an...

  6. UKSPA launches structured product classification system

    While some of these codes will cover a lot of products, others might only get a few a year so they will be a bit redundant. Four-digit codes allow investors to compare structures The UK Structured Products Association (UKSPA) has introduced a...

  7. Stoxx leads the way with value-focused smart-beta service

    In addition to its work on equity strategies, Stoxx has expanded its inter-bank lending benchmark by adding 14 indexes to the Stoxx GC Pooling Index family to cover the money market yield curve for up to 12 months.

  8. Strategic solutions play into Credit Suisse's strengths

    The solution enabled us to cover Italian tax credits and remain 100% invested. Credit Suisse wins structured funds house award In the face of low interest rates and depressed volatility, Credit Suisse's structuring team found that investor demand...

  9. The best way to manage individual CPPI, from Deutsche AWM

    While European insurers are so far opting to use DB My Life to offer prepackaged products, Australia's BT Financial Group is proving the platform's capabilities for fully individualised CPPI with offerings that cover more than 150 managed funds.

  10. Nationwide: ABS markets need more than warm words

    Many of the Alco members also sit on the credit committee, but Townsend says some of them do not cover credit risk and it would be inefficient to bring the same issue up in two different committees. "There does seem to be this sense in which...

  11. In-depth introduction: Expected shortfall

    The Amendment to incorporate market risks, published in 1996, extended the framework to cover the trading book, and offered banks the choice of two approaches – a standardised framework or one based on the use of internal models.

  12. Industry confronts hard choices in CCP recovery debate

    LCH.Clearnet, for example, requires the replenishment of default fund contributions by members to cover a maximum of three defaults in six months, with the last top-up being voluntary. Reaction from many market participants has focused on the trade...

  13. PRA: internal model insurers need a ‘plan B’

    UK firms should not assume it is appropriate simply to revert to using the Solvency II standard formula if an application is rejected and must ensure they have plans to cover a range of outcomes following the regulator's decision, according to...

  14. 25 banks fail ECB stress check on financial health

    The central bank said that 12 banks have since taken steps to raise the required capital, which would better equip them in the event of another crisis, and the remaining 13 banks will have two weeks to submit plans to cover the shortfall within a...

  15. CCP resolution guidelines ‘a missed opportunity’

    For example, the CPMI-Iosco paper makes clear that CCPs must have a comprehensive loss-allocation tool in place – such as the forced tear-up of all trades submitted for clearing – as an ultimate recovery measure should all resources in the default...

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

    Taylor outlined a number of steps the Basel Committee is taking to promote greater conformity, including: expanding its analysis to cover credit valuation adjustment in the trading book and small business and retail portfolios in the banking book...