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Derivatives white papers

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Risk Library provides derivatives white papers which consider current issues and thinking, market conditions and how derivatives can be used to their best effect.

In Business, a derivative is a form of contract where its value is derived from the value of underlying assets. Derivatives can be used to both hedge risk and for speculation. The most common types of derivatives are futures, options, forwards and swaps.

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5 Ways to Decrease Your Market Data Spend and Improve Workflow

Company: GlobalView

In order to remain competitive in the energy and commodity markets, there's a vast amount of market data you need to collect, analyze, and act on. It's a daunting task, which requires a lot VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Market Data | Published: 22 October 2014 | Type: White Paper

Buy-side Collateral Management - Challenges and Opportunities

Company: 4sight Financial Software Ltd

The current pace of regulatory change can seem overwhelming to many buy-side firms trading Derivatives. The move to central clearing of some OTC products has raised a number of new challenges around the collateral management process that buy-side firms must deal with. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Credit Derivatives | Published: 15 October 2014 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 4

Achieving Operational Alpha through the investment process

Company: Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.

Innovative technology is all around us, and hedge funds might well question VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Hedge Funds | Published: 14 October 2014 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 2

Selecting the right cybercrime-prevention solution

Company: IBM United Kingdom Limited

This white paper discusses key considerations and best practices to help organizations achieve effective and sustainable cybercrime prevention. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Compliance | Published: 26 September 2014 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 2

FCA’s Use of Dealing Commission

Company: CCL

On 10th July 2014 the FCA issued Discussion Paper 14/31 on the use of dealing commission regime: “Feedback on our thematic supervisory review and policy debate on the market for research”. This Discussion Paper builds on the Consultation Paper CP 13/17: “Consultation on use of dealing VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Hedge Funds | Published: 22 September 2014 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 1

Bloomberg Ready to Support Buy-side in Valuation & Collateral Reporting under EMIR

Company: Bloomberg

Back in February this year, buy-side institutions and their bank counterparts were required to start reporting derivative trades and positions under EMIR (European Market Infrastructure Regulation). Bloomberg moved quickly to provide its EMIR reporting solution under this first phase and is already VIEW SUMMARY

Category: EMIR | Published: 15 September 2014 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 2

Credit risk management Collateral, covenants and risk review

Company: IBM Business Analytics

Credit risk management only begins with the approval of a loan. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Credit Risk | Published: 12 September 2014 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 11

EMIR Special Report August 2014

Company: Bloomberg

This special report explores lessons learned from the first EMIR reporting phase, which became effective on Feb. 12, and looks forward to the newest phase, exploring what the newly reported data will tell regulators about the bigger picture of the derivatives market in the European Union. We also VIEW SUMMARY

Category: EMIR | Published: 08 September 2014 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 5

Seeking Optimal ETF Execution in Electronic Markets

Company: Bloomberg

This paper, first published in the Journal of Trading, looks at how you can seek optimal ETF execution in electronic markets. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Private Equity | Published: 04 September 2014 | Type: White Paper

Future Trends in Optimisation Collateral, Regulatory Capital & CCP Selection

Company: 4sight Financial Software Ltd

Financial firms are currently experiencing significant regulatory and cost pressures. This is leading to a search for ways to optimize various aspects of trade types that involve some level of counterparty credit risk (derivatives, securities lending, repo). VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Compliance | Published: 01 August 2014 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 7

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