The Japanese bank poaches another two people from Bank of America Merrill Lynch for its equity and equity derivatives teams in Asia ex-Japan.
The trading debacle at J.P Morgan raises issues about accountability as well the opacity of hedging activities.
Our poll last week asked readers about US Treasury secretary Tim Geithner’s call for tough new global rules on derivatives.
US bank J.P. Morgan has appointed Kazuma Naito as head of Asia equity derivatives sales and marketing, while Ken Kishimoto joins as head of Japan equity trading.
Most end-users of derivatives lack the ability to manage their risk properly, according to a recent survey by BNY Mellon. We talked to them about best practices.
Deutsche Bank's derivatives trading activities on November 11 have been condemned as market manipulation by Korea's FSC and criminal prosecution could follow.
Morgan Stanley’s Julien Bahurel will join UBS as head of equity derivatives sales in Asia.
The bank transfers PJ Andersson from New York to become pan-Asia head of equity derivative and convertible sales and makes promotions and hires for its Asia CB trading desk.
Daiwa pays about $1 billion and says it will use KBC's secondary CB platform for an expansion into CB origination in Asia.
Pending financial reforms will require banks to put up more collateral to back trading in FX and interest rate swaps, potentially increasing the cost of these tools for treasurers.
Ian Donaldson joins Bank of America Merrill Lynch from Goldman Sachs.
Royal Bank of Scotland says two new hires will boost its institutional distribution capabilities.
Linklaters' Chin-Chong Liew and I-Ping Soong discuss the main legal challenges facing OTC derivatives in Hong Kong and the need for reform amid calls to regulate such instruments in the US and globally.
Kenneth Hon will join Deutsche Bank on April 28 and will be responsible for expanding its derivatives platform with regard to product and market reach.
Equity derivatives veteran Jeremy Kloiser-Jones will join Macquarie Securities in Hong Kong on December 1.
Royal Bank of Scotland is growing its equity derivatives business to compete for institutional clients in the region.
A Lehman ruling creates a discrepancy in enforceability between US and non-US bankruptcy courts.
Leung will be in charge of structured product sales to Citi’s private bank clients.
Citi names Joseph Chang as head of Asia equities trading, excluding Australia and Japan.
Credit derivatives have taken a lot of blame for the current crisis, but centralised clearing could help to revive the market.