Q&A: Chris Murphy, UBS

UBS sees growth in fixed-income derivatives coming from market structural changes rather than product innovation, Chris Murphy, global head of rates and credit in London, told DW in an exclusive interview.

  • 23 Jul 2013

UBSsees growth in fixed-income derivatives coming from market structural changes rather than product innovation, Chris Murphy, global head of rates and credit in London, told DW in an exclusive interview.

The firm is focusing on an agency-cleared business and its PIN-FI platform, which acts as a price-matching tool ...

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