Posts Tagged: Liquidity Risk

Some of you may have seen the news late last week that StatPro has launched several new features as part of its Complex Asset Pricing (CAP) service. For those of you who missed the news on the Financial Technology Forum or Bobsguide, we thought we’d recap the announcement here so you can get all the latest on this unique service.  Read more…

UCITS IV was passed into law on 1st July and will take effect in July 2011. UCITS aims to provide fund managers with the ability to market a single fund in all the countries of the EU whilst only registering the fund in one country thus greatly reducing administrative costs and so making cross border products Read more…

Back in mid 2007, when the credit crisis first started to unleash its trail of wreckage, everyone was using risk models that focused on market risks. All these models assumed Liquidity was always available, but when everyone’s risk model says “sell”, who is going to buy and if no one will buy then there is only one  Read more…