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Surveys

Rates survey 2012: Results index

The big players continue to dominate a profitable business line. But some investors are looking to challenge their hegemony by moving into market making as well as proprietary risk taking.

Methodology
Results

Overall rates market share 
Includes Overall rates market share - Overall cash - Overall derivatives

Overall by currency 
Includes Euro - Dollar - Yen - Sterling - Australian dollar- Korean won -  Swiss franc 

Overall By currency/product 
Includes Euro cash - Euro derivatives - Dollar cash - Dollar derivatives - Yen cash - Sterling cash - Sterling derivatives

Overall by region/currency  
Includes Western Europe: Euro - Dollar - Sterling; North America:  Euro - Dollar; Asia-Pacific: Euro - Dollar - Yen - Australian dollar - Korean won

Overall by currency/product/maturity  
Includes Euro cash: 2-5 year, 5-10 year, 10-30 year; Euro derivatives 2-5 year, 5-10 year, 10-30 year; Dollar cash 2-5 year, 5-10 year, 10-30 year; Dollar derivatives 2-5 year, 5-10 year, 10-30 year

Overall by region/currency/product  
Includes Western Europe: Euro cash - Euro derivatives - Dollar cash - Dollar derivatives - Sterling cash - Sterling derivatives; North America: Euro cash - Euro derivatives - Dollar cash - Dollar derivatives; Asia-Pacific: Euro cash - Euro derivatives - Dollar cash -Dollar derivatives - Yen cash - Yen derivatives

Overall by institution type/currency  
Includes Corporates: Euro - Dollar - Sterling; Financial institutions: Euro - Dollar - Yen - Sterling

Overall by institution type/currency/product  
Includes Corporates: Euro derivatives - Dollar derivatives - Sterling derivatives; Financial institutions: Euro cash - Euro derivatives - Dollar cash - Dollar derivatives - Yen cash - Sterling cash - Sterling derivatives

Inflation-linked products  
Includes Inflation-linked bonds - Inflation-linked cash - Inflation-linked derivatives - Inflation-linked Euro - Inflation-linked Dollar - Inflation-linked Sterling - Covered bonds - Cross currency swaps

Client satisfaction ratings  
Includes Ability to deal with large transactions/volumes - Back office capabilities - Economic research - Liquidity consistency - Market research/Strategy - Pricing - Sales coverage/Client service

Client satisfaction ratings by institution type  
Includes Corporates: Ability to deal with large transactions/volumes - Back office capabilities - Economic research - Liquidity consistency - Market research/Strategy - Pricing - Sales coverage/Client service - Trade ideas; Financial institutions: Ability to deal with large transactions/volumes - Back office capabilities - Economic research - Liquidity consistency - Market research/Strategy - Pricing - Sales coverage/Client service - Trade ideas

Service priorities  

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Wider rates margins add heat to the competition
The three established leaders have high market shares and plenty of rivals. Large banks, recovering from their own recent near-death experiences, have singled out rates as one of the first businesses to fight their way back into. Newcomers are pitching in too.

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