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  • Markets must face up to new deadlines for Libor transition

    Markets must face up to new deadlines for Libor transition

    Banks should stop issuing loans and bonds linked to Libor by October, according to the Bank of England’s Working Group on Sterling Risk-Free Reference Rates. But the scale of the challenge facing firms, particularly in the loan market, is causing concern.

  • Morgan Stanley and compatriots raise the FICC bar

    Morgan Stanley and compatriots raise the FICC bar

    Morgan Stanley more than doubled its revenue from fixed income sales and trading in the fourth quarter of last year, completing a stellar set of earnings for US banks in that business after a year in which they appear to have cemented their dominance in Europe.

  • ESMA releases reaction to Nasdaq CCP blow-up

    ESMA releases reaction to Nasdaq CCP blow-up

    The European Securities and Markets Authority has published the outcome of its analysis and follow up actions on central clearing counterparties' membership criteria and due diligence in the wake of the 2018 default at Nasdaq Clearing.

  • People moves in brief

    People moves in brief

    Funding Circle picks up former securitization syndicator — Campbell moves from HSBC to RBC — Long-time DCM banker turns up at Aramco

  • LCH marks record 2019 across CCPs

    LCH marks record 2019 across CCPs

    LCH shrugged off worries about its place in euro clearing after Brexit to notch up record clearing volumes across its clearing houses in 2019.

  • MSCI launches ESG and factor indices

    MSCI launches ESG and factor indices

    MSCI has launched a range of new indices aimed at corporate bond investors that want to increase their environmental, social and corporate governance and factor exposure.

  • ISDA hires new policy head

    ISDA hires new policy head

    The International Swaps and Derivatives Association has appointed Su Yen Chia as its new head of Asia Pacific public policy.

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