The multi-million euro question over will-they or won't-they pay swaption compensation is reaching its head.
The Pension Protection Fund has been at the forefront of LDI in the UK. CIO Barry Kenneth discusses the PPF's de-risking and its use of derivatives.
Sources describe a recent call to discuss swaption compensation as contentious.
A contentious euro swaption market issue with large P&L at stake continues to divide dealers and test relationships with clients.
The UK's £50bn BT Pension scheme discusses the challenges of balancing hedging in a crisis with inflation risk and RPI reform.
Dutch pension fund PGB describes how illiquidity in swaps has forced it to use futures and bonds for more of its hedging.
UK DMO CEO Sir Robert Stheeman discusses the coronavirus, gilt issuance and the government's RPI consultation.
The switch from EONIA to €STR discounting threatens to create big windfalls vs losses across EUR interest rate option desks.
Danish pension fund giant ATP talks clearing challenges as it shifts from OTC and advises other European peers to put structures in place now.
Much progress has been made on the anointed LIBOR replacement, SOFR, in 2019. However, many key issues remain outstanding for its successful adoption
Voting has opened for the latest annual Total Derivatives Dealer Rankings. Who’s top in IRS, options, inflation, structured notes and XCCY basis?
The growth of SONIA as a replacement for the outgoing LIBOR is going well across a number of fields. Other countries need to take note.
Reality comes to SOFR; Repo stresses, OMOs
SSAs on €STR as big switch looms