One of Latin America’s largest and most developed trading venues, the Brazilian stock and derivatives exchange, has seen sluggish metrics in its November trading volumes.
If ever there were a time to launch a new degree on risk management, one might guess this is it.
Global banking regulators have reinforced their campaign to impose more consistent ways for banks to assess risks on their trading books with a second finding of wide variations between systems in use in the sector.
U.S. equity and options exchanges, facing a deadline from regulators to figure out how to make markets more reliable, said they’ve developed a framework for preventing breakdowns and responding better to failures.
The remnants of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. is suing the New York Giants for more than $100 million it says it is owed for a soured interest-rate swap tied to the financing of the football team’s stadium.