Stale bond valuation methods turn managers sour

Shrinking bond market liquidity adds to valuation problems

European banks: the more things change

The stress tests were supposed to be a fresh start. In theory

Blow to asset managers in ETF arena

SEC denies applications for actively managed exchange-traded funds

Barclays confident of reaching BoE target

Lender sets aside £500m for forex probe

Banks have work to do on ethics

Regulation can only do so much to encourage integrity, writes Richard Lambert

CME Group reports big switch to futures

Traders used instead of OTC derivatives when volatility hit

Telecoms groups hope for EU rules shift

Industry optimistic about the incoming European Commission

Bond trading platforms raise stakes

Traditional broker-dealers under pressure from electronic trade

David Wright

Iosco warns on systemic risk challenge

Too many data warehouses for reporting derivative trades

Deutsche Bank swings to third-quarter loss

Litigation charges continue to take toll on German lender

BEA’s relationships prowess blocks offers

Bank exemplifies tangled ties that drive much of business in Asia

Singapore to examine swaps trading change

Regulator to examine forcing OTC derivatives trading on to electronic venues

Leveraged loans come under pressure

Bull-run era balance of power shifts from issuers to investors

PRA traces an ark towards higher defences

Insurers’ response to catastrophe tests hinges on government

City facing more than ‘a few bad apples’

Scandals like forex probe rubbing salt in wounds, says BoE deputy

Trade negotiators should own up to their ambition

Consumers fear the transatlantic pact will cost them the safeguards from which they benefit

Job Moves: who is hiring and where

The latest job moves and coverage of people making the news in the world’s financial capitals

Nasdaq presses ahead with forex plan

US-Nordic group has filed application with European regulators

Erkan to retire as chief executive of WFE

Lobbyist for main exchanges to search for new head

UK banks axe branches in favour of digital

Focus on internet and cost-cutting is changing high street banking

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