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  1. US airline wins Dodd-Frank real-time reporting delay

    Southwest Airlines no-action letter could lead to wider relief A no-action letter issued by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to Texas-based Southwest Airlines on November 6 may herald a broader shift in the CFTC's policy of...

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

    Often a lack of trust — either in you or SEO in general — can lead to clients being abrasive and lashing out or micromanaging. We’ve all been there at some point or another in our SEO careers. Struggling with those oh-so-very-special clients who...

  3. Nigel Wilson: industry must take lead in shaping new products

    Engagement with policy-makers vital, says L we have to get involved," he said. Wilson also said the tenets of behavioural economics should be applied by the government and industry to incentivise private savings by individuals.

  4. Dealers fret over NSFR impact on equities

    He says the harsh treatment of equities in the NSFR will lead to unintended consequences, such as potentially restricting the ability of banks to underwrite corporate share issues. Regulatory sources, however, are pleased that the Basel Committee...

  5. Insurers must prove bank-style run risk worries wrong

    His comments come against a backdrop of concern among US insurers that federal bodies misunderstand the differences between insurers and banks, which could lead to inappropriate rules being imposed on the industry.

  6. Poor liquidity stalls long-dated Thai derivatives market

    Bangkok Bank and Standard Chartered are also joint lead arrangers in the transaction. Demand is strong but supply is constrained due to stuctural issues Thai markets had a tumultuous six months in the first half of the year, following December's...

  7. UKSPA launches structured product classification system

    The UKSPA] is following the European lead, but Europe has a lot more structured products than the UK. Four-digit codes allow investors to compare structures The UK Structured Products Association (UKSPA) has introduced a standardised system of...

  8. Commerzbank draws on bespoke and high volume issuance

    The bank's aversion to taking a lead in product design over the past year means it has avoided the flashier or more highly leveraged structures and has restricted leverage in its products compared to other providers.

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

    One lawyer says if the US follows the EU's lead and adds this language, the term is completely open to interpretation – ‘immediate' could mean instantaneous, or within a few seconds, a few minutes or a few hours.

  10. AIFMD: hedge funds reported to be struggling with reporting

    Although these costs may be charged to the fund entity, it will impact the net asset value performance numbers and may lead to further challenges in raising capital. Many hedge funds will struggle with submitting their first Annex IV reports to...

  11. Industry confronts hard choices in CCP recovery debate

    But few dispute that the failure of a large clearing house would lead to a crisis even bloodier than that of 2008, so any suggestion that CCPs need more resources to withstand a member default should be taken seriously.

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

    When it comes down to trying to use the language as it was discussed prior to anyone envisioning negative rates, it will of course lead to the opportunity for disputes to occur on both sides," says Simon Wilson, global co-head of counterparty...