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Dark pools and platforms vie to fix broken credit markets


Dark pools and platforms vie to fix broken credit markets

A side-effect of tough bank capital rules could be the rise of dark pools for credit trading

Bank of England

UK stress tests to cover trading book illiquidity and FVA

Bank of England to apply price shocks based on unwind periods

Hard to measure impact of capital floor plans

Too many questions in Basel floor plans, industry claims

While standardised rules are being revised, banks say they can't make a call on floors


Profile: Citadel's Hamill on the fight for swaps market share

New entrant is making prices - and hedging - electronically


Nouy: Europe should keep 3% leverage ratio

SSM chair also wants to end rule opt-outs that make banks "look stronger than they really are"


Full capital structures allow revival of synthetic CDOs

Managed deals could be next, but market's potential is expected to be limited


Structuring shops get shirty about spread-bets and CFDs

Retail brokers accused of stealing bank business with little oversight


Highlights from OpRisk North America 2015

News from the leading event for op risk professionals


High KRX clearing fees driving won swaps offshore: Bank of Korea

Central bank says dealers are moving trades offshore to avoid KRX's high cost


Rekindled affection: transitional measures spur equity rethink

Some firms increasing holdings to benefit from grandfathering


How to assess standard formula appropriateness

The areas where firms must work hardest to show suitability

Energy Risk November 2012 - Special report - Oil

Bank and investor exodus worsened oil rout, traders say

Role of financial participants in price plunge adds new twist to old debate


Basel scraps plans for final trading book QIS

Banks fear regulators will not have enough data to draw up sound rules by year-end


Q&A: Finansinspektionen's Uldis Cerps on capital floors and too-big-to-fail

Floors framework should not overstate risk, says Sweden's bank supervision chief


Bowen: CFTC should complete Dodd-Frank rules by year-end

Leaving rules "in flux" will harm market, CFTC commissioner warns

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