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Gensler Says SEC Plans More Swaps Disclosures Post #Archegos  -

The SEC is considering more disclosures for complex derivative transactions like those that led to the collapse of Bill Hwang’s Archegos Capital

Gensler Says SEC Plans More Swaps Disclosures Post-Archegos

The SEC is considering more disclosures for complex derivative transactions like those that led to the collapse of Bill Hwang’s Archegos Capital

#Archegos Is a Warning for Aggressive Financial Markets, Says BIS -

Credit Suisse appointed internal audit head Rafael Lopez Lorenzo as its new chief compliance officer, as the Swiss bank continues to manage the fallout over losses tied to the collapse of Archegos Capital and Greensill Capital via @WSJ 

Credit Suisse unveiled its new top compliance exec, following the ousting of Lara Warner over its $5.5bn Archegos scandal

Credit Suisse unveiled its new top compliance exec, following the ousting of Lara Warner over its $5.5bn Archegos scandal

Credit Suisse unveiled its new top compliance exec, following the ousting of Lara Warner over its $5.5bn Archegos scandal

Credit Suisse unveiled its new top compliance exec, following the ousting of Lara Warner over its $5.5bn Archegos scandal

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It would be hard to find someone who lost as much money as quickly as Bill Hwang did in March 2021. The previously unknown Wall Street whale and his family firm, Archegos Capital, triggered losses of more than $20 billion in just two days.

@CathieDWood  reveals Archegos Capital's Bill Hwang provided seed funding for Ark's first 4 ETFs.

CREDIT SUISSE NOW REPORTEDLY LOST $5 BILLION FROM ARCHEGOS AND STILL UNWINDING - FINEWS

ARCHEGOS CAPITAL LOST $110 BILLION IN 5 DAYS USING 500% LEVERAGE -FT

CREDIT SUISSE BLOCK SALES OF ARCHEGOS HOLDINGS AFTER MARKET CLOSE, UPDATED LOSS TO EXCEED $7B -SOURCE

ARCHEGOS CAPITAL WAS LIQUIDATED OUT OF SHORT POSITION IN SECOND LATE FEBRUARY $GME SHORT SQUEEZE -SOURCE

The collapse last month of US hedge fund Archegos Capital cost Credit Suisse nearly $4.7 billion and two of the bank's top executives their jobs, the bank announced

Archegos' meltdown had all the makings of a dangerous situation. Regulators need more than luck to fend off risks to the financial system: we need transparency and strong oversight so the next hedge fund blowup doesn't take the economy down with it.

Banks roiled by the Archegos fallout may see total losses in the range of $5 billion to $10 billion, up from previous estimates of between $2 billion & $5 billion: JPMorgan analysts said in a note, via @JPBarnert  @business 

The selloff in Treasuries is gaining steam, with 10-year yields now the highest since January 2020. The Archegos blowup seems fairly contained, but there's concern that rising yields will prompt a wider pullback from risk that'll squeeze other highly leveraged traders.

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