Leading with a macro view of the market, the guide looks at the “new reality” of the financial services industry, delving into new risk strategies and the interplay of technology, trading strategies and the forces of governmental oversight. In assaying the capital markets landscape, the authors weigh the impact of new imperatives in key areas such as risk, valuation, liquidity, transparency, leverage, reporting, and compliance. They also look at the need for pan-European vision and the direction of regulatory reforms in Asia.A few key economic indicators featured in the guide include:
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