Shadow Banking Assets Soar 60% In US: FT Special

Shadow Banking Assets Soar 60% In US: FT Special

Published on Nov 14, 2013 Tracy Alloway, FT’s US financial correspondent, speaks to John Authers about how non-bank or shadow banking lenders like Reits – Real estate investment trusts – have seen their assets rise by almost 60 per cent since the height of the crisis and drawn the attention of US regulators.

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Exodus Point Outperforms As Rates Trading Profits Jump [Exclusive]

Value Bin Default RatesMichael Gelband’s Exodus Point launched in 2018 with $8.5 billion in assets. Expectations were high that the former Millennium Management executive would be able to take the skills he had learned at Izzy Englander’s hedge fund and replicate its performance, after a decade of running its fixed income business. The fund looks to be proving Read More

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