CDOs, Subprime And Hedge Funds: Connecting The Dots

Over recent years, hedge funds have widened the spectrum of their activities from hedging and trading on the derivatives and currency markets to building huge positions in credit markets by selling protection on credit derivatives, providing equity to the collateralized debt obligation market and investing in mezzanine tranches of subprime residential mortgage-backed securities.

  • 13 Jul 2007
Over recent years, hedge funds have widened the spectrum of their activities from hedging and trading on the derivatives and currency markets to building huge positions in credit markets by selling protection on credit derivatives, providing equity to the collateralized debt obligation market and investing in mezzanine tranches ...

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1 BNP Paribas 14,443 29 18.07
2 Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) 8,264 27 10.34
3 Lloyds Bank 7,329 24 9.17
4 Citi 6,748 19 8.44
5 JP Morgan 5,220 8 6.53

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1 Citi 118,826.70 342 11.07%
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3 JPMorgan 92,878.89 270 8.65%
4 Wells Fargo Securities 82,807.12 240 7.71%
5 Credit Suisse 70,475.74 184 6.57%