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Jason Vitale, global head of FX prime brokerage and European head of fixed income PB at Deutsche Bank, neatly sums up the ethos of the unit: “Success in this business means aligning yourself with all aspects of your client’s ...
Since taking over Citi’s global FX prime brokerage business last year, Sanjay Madgavkar has been applying his background in margin FX, e-commerce and FX sales and trading to extend the business across client types and geographies. Julie Ros reports. ...
It is easy to consider BNP Paribas as a relatively new player in the FX prime brokerage space, but that would be wrong. As an institution, BNP Paribas entered FXPB around five years ago, but it did so through buying ...
Colin Lambert introduces a Profit & Loss special report on the FX prime brokerage industry.  In many ways the FX prime brokerage business is a microcosm of the wider FX industry. If there is a piece of regulation likely to impact ...
Without doubt the FX market could do without claims such as those made by Bloomberg News regarding the WM/Reuters Fix. That said, if bad practice exists, it is the job of the media – the Fourth Estate – to highlight it ...
Currency hedge funds reported gains in March, according to the Parker FX Index report from fund-of-funds manger, Parker Global Strategies. Funds in the index reported an aggregate return of 0.72% in March. A total of 41 of the 45 programmes in the index ...
The Australian dollar is the Michelin three-starred restaurant of the currency world. As the highest-yielding currency of any triple-A rated economy, it attracts capital inflows that are sensitive to the credit rating first and the ‘value’ of the currency second. ...
If malpractice over Libor fixings wasn’t enough, the banking industry is now likely to be hit by another fine – this time in the UK for mis-selling interest rate swaps. Colin Lambert reports. Britain’s Financial Services Authority says that ...
Colin Lambert reports on concerns in Singapore over behaviour surrounding some NDF fixings. With the banking industry already reeling from the discovery of malpractice in money market fixings (see Libor story this issue), evidence of wrongdoing has spread into the ...
Colin Lambert reports as the Royal Bank of Scotland reaches a deal with regulators over Libor malpractice. The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has been hit with fines from the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the US Department of Justice ...