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  • POLL: US regulators and auto securitisation

    05 November 2015

    Is the OCC and other US authorities right to be concerned about the auto securitisation overheating? Vote now

  • CFTC calls for revised leverage ratio

    13 October 2015

    The regulator's chairman Timothy Massad has again called on global regulators to soften the leverage ratio, amid continued calls for a more widespread re-appraisal of rulemaking

  • Start hedging CNY – now

    27 August 2015

    Earlier this month the People’s Bank of China changed the way it calculates the daily fixing rate of the yuan against the US dollar. Corporates must now better manage their currency risk

  • HKEx bets on hedging amid yuan depreciation

    13 August 2015

    The onshore currency's recent depreciation could be a boon for the Hong Kong Exchanges Group’s push into fixed income, currencies and commodities, said CEO Charles Li

  • Swap loan saves Theatre Hospitals CMBS

    25 June 2015

    One of Europe’s most complex commercial mortgage-backed securities restructures has closed thanks to an innovative swap term loan

  • US ruling upholds RMBS statute of limitation

    24 June 2015

    A New York Court of Appeals ruling has drawn a line under breach of contract securities litigation stemming from the US housing crisis

  • Fitch warns on China auto ABS standards

    16 June 2015

    The rating agency has cautioned against deteriorating standards for high ratings in asset-backed securitisations in the country



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