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Credit Derivatives News

  • LBBW Managers Agree Payment in Hidden Subprime Risk Case

    Current and former executives at Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany’s biggest state-owned bank, agreed to pay 290,000 euros ($400,000) to settle a case over whether they hid risks to the lender from subprime debt.

  • JPGoldman Stanley Intact as Basel Change Keeps Bank Ties

    The largest U.S. banks can remain entangled with each other now that global regulators have loosened proposed limits on the financial web that led to investor panic in 2008 and prompted bailouts.

  • CoCo Debt Swaps Seen Planned After Riskiest Bank Bonds Surge

    The International Swaps & Derivatives Association is creating credit-default swap contracts for contingent capital securities, according to a person familiar with the matter.

  • Goldman Seeks Sydney Beachhead as Aussie Depreciates: Currencies

    Australia’s dollar has tumbled 15 percent from its high last year and strategists forecast more pain ahead. For Goldman Sachs Group Inc., it’s the perfect time to develop Sydney as a hub for trading local-currency assets.

  • Europe Sees Record Swap Expansion as Junk Swells: Credit Markets

    Europe’s junk-bond market, once considered a small outpost in the fixed-income world, is gaining relevance as growth exceeds that of the U.S. and bankers race to offer investors another way to bet on credit quality.

  • Goldman Sachs Australia Head Hunts Amid Fixed-Income Surge

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is in hiring talks with about 10 people as it seeks to expand Australian businesses from trading to capital markets with global banking regulation forcing some competitors to dial back.

  • JPMorgan to HSBC Face EU Rate-Rigging Fines From Almunia

    JPMorgan Chase & Co. and HSBC Holdings Plc face a European Union complaint as soon as next month as the bloc’s antitrust chief races to fine a quartet of financial companies that snubbed rate-rigging settlements.

  • Bank Secrets Exposed in EU Credit-Derivatives Investigation

    European Union regulators inadvertently sent confidential data to 13 of the world’s biggest lenders as part of an antitrust complaint in an investigation of the credit derivatives industry.

  • CORRECTING and REPLACING Bloomberg Launches First Daily China

    CORRECTING and REPLACING Bloomberg Launches First Daily China Credit Derivatives Pricing Bloomberg Professional is first to provide daily reference prices New credit derivatives details reduce risk and increase transparency CORRECTION...by Bloomberg Business Wire BEIJING -- November 16, 2010 Please replace the release with the following corrected version due to multiple revisions. Please note that changes include the headline and one of the subheads. The original headline was "Bloomberg Launches Daily China Renminbi Credit Derivatives Price Fixings" The corrected release reads: BLOOMBERG LAUNCHES FIRST DAILY CHINA CREDIT DERIVATIVES PRICING Bloomberg Professional is first to provide daily reference prices New credit derivatives details reduce risk and increase transparency Bloomberg Professional executives today announced the launch of the first daily reference prices for the Chinese Renminbi credit derivatives market. The

  • Bloomberg Launches Daily China Renminbi Credit Derivatives

    Bloomberg Launches Daily China Renminbi Credit Derivatives Price Fixings Bloomberg is first to provide daily reference prices New credit derivatives details reduce risk and increase transparency Business Wire BEIJING -- November 16, 2010 Bloomberg Professional executives today announced the launch of the first daily price fixing service for the Chinese Renminbi credit derivatives market. The new service, which gives daily reference prices, is designed to reduce risk and increase transparency. The Bloomberg proprietary tool, developed in cooperation with major Chinese banks, provides accurate pricing for risk assessments on credit derivatives, which help with market-to-market valuations. Bloomberg’s Credit Risk Mitigation Instrument Fixing (CRMC) tool provides current market information on CNY credit risk mitigation instrument fixing, as well as individual bank’s credit risk mitigation instrument data. CRMC is a

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