specialist's book

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Specialist's book

Chronological record maintained by a specialist that includes the specialist's own inventory of securities, market orders to sell short, and limit orders and stop orders that other stock exchange members have placed with the specialist.

Specialist's Book

A list of all long and short positions that a specialist holds. The book also contains all orders by other member firms on an exchange that the specialist may be able to fill. It is also called simply a book. See also: New York Stock Exchange Display Book.

specialist's book

See book.
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Regulatory focus on 'market-linked contingent capital in the trading book,' such as Credit Valuation Adjustment (CVA), Standardized Approach for measuring Counterparty Credit Risk (SA-CCR), and Fundamental Review of the Trading Book CVA (FRTB CVA)
Aggravating that problem, the rule presumes that any security held for more than 60 days in the trading book is a proprietary trade.
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A local presence will allow for greater support as clients navigate an ever-changing regulatory landscape of both global and local reporting regimes, such as IFRS 9, AnaCredit, Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II), Interest Rate Risk in the Banking Book (IRRBB) and Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB).
The Basel Committee subsequently undertook a fundamental review of the trading book. The original proposals were watered down, but we think the final revised minimum capital standards for model-driven market risk are positive for creditors because improved model standards and more prudent methods employed to capture risk should mean trading risks are more accurately capitalised.
4 July 2014 - US financial services major Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) has taken control of the bulk commodities trading book dealing in coal, iron and freight forward contracts of German sector player Deutsche Bank AG (ETR:DBK), Reuters reported, citing a source in the know.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) has imposed disciplinary action against brokerage firm San-ei Securities for trying to cause price fluctuations in Japanese stocks in order to benefit its proprietary trading book.
Citigroup on Monday estimated that if the CEBS exercise had stress-tested banks entire sovereign debt holdings, rather than just their relatively small trading book investments, 24 banks would have failed with a combined capital shortfall of 15bn ($19.5bn).
The rule change effectively triples the amount of capital they have to hold against potential losses on the trading book (all the financial instruments a bank buys and sells on the stock market).
Semi-captive College student market, new and 2nd hand trading book store.
That is why I recently proposed a measure to provide firms with more flexibility on mark-to-market requirements and to facilitate asset transfer from the trading book to the banking book.
The DENA assets to be divested include approximately 6,200 MW of power generation located primarily in the West and Northeast as well as substantially all of DENA's trading book.