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  • Daiwa sees opportunity in Thailand

    Daiwa's investors will gain from improved investment advice for Thailand following an agreement with Thanachart Securities.

  • BNP Paribas extends clearing to Singapore

    BNP Paribas Securities Services continues its ambition to expand in Asia

  • Agent lenders predict positive year

    Emerging markets and collateral transformation will present further opportunities for securities lending in 2013, according to Citi's David Martocci, JPMorgan's Paul Wilson and HSBC's Wayne Burlingham. Stephanie Baxter reports

  • Beneficial owners await clarity in new regulation

    Beneficial owners are expanding their lending programmes in a modest way. But looming regulation means that they enter 2013 with some trepidation

  • Natixis Asset Management: Why we created Mirova

    Offering investors solutions and creating value over the long term: this is Mirova’s ambition

  • QFC Authority: Certainty in a troubled world

    Yousuf Al Jaida, Director of Strategic Development at the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) Authority, says asset managers emerging from the financial crisis are finding stability in Qatar

  • New index to drive transparency in repo

    BrokerTec and MTS have introduced a daily repo index series that tracks eurozone sovereign bonds

  • OCC sec lending up 38%

    Securities lending activity at the US clearinghouse is up 27% from the previous year

  • Nomura snaps up Goldman Sachs’ Hartropp

    Jon Hartropp joins Nomura's prime financing business after a ten-year career at Goldman Sachs

  • Warsaw to launch UTP in Q2 2013

    Warsaw Stock Exchange will launch a universal trading platform in April 2013

  • Citi wins custody mandate

    Australia's Challenger has appointed Citi to provide custody and collateral management services

  • Misys: Searching for alpha

    As conventional managers continue to enter the alternatives space the need to service new product lines still provides difficult operational challenges, according to Sylvain Privat, Misys

  • BNP Paribas: Wired into regulatory change

    David Beatrix, Business Development, Market and Financing Services at BNP Paribas Securities Services, discusses supporting OTC derivatives clients who face a multitude of new regulation and implementation issues

  • Middle East Roundtable

    An expert panel discuss the development of regional financial centres, MSCI migration, regulation and the potential internationalisation of the Saudi Arabian market

  • BlackRock declares high yield story is over

    The high yield bond market is becoming crowded and equity investors should be looking at growth as well as yield, according to a BlackRock panel

  • NAPF publishes new guide on custody

    NAPF-HSBC publishes guide to custody and asset safety for pension funds

  • ConvergEx Group: what makes a transition a successful event?

    Kal Bassily, managing director and head of global transition management at ConvergEx Group, talks about the importance of preparation and the benefits of in-house execution

  • HSBC: Planning for AIFMD

    While many hedge fund managers will be conversant with AIFMD's requirements as it becomes part of national legislation by July 22 2013, they may not be so cognisant of its commercial implications

  • J.P. Morgan: regulatory change impacting OTC derivatives

    Dodd Frank Act and EMIR are expected to have a profound impact on the OTC derivatives market, says head of sales for securities clearing and collateral management Emea, J.P. Morgan, Karl Wyborn

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