19th December 2006 Warren Edwardes interviewed by John Foster, of Islamic Business & Finance Magazine
There is currently little evidence of active switching between ‘cheap and ‘dear’ Sukuks or yield immunization and arbitrage by Islamic bank treasuries and fund managers but this will come sooner rather than later so it is a very positive development that institutions are developing Sukuk secondary market trading operations. However even when Sukuks become liquid there is still a pressing need for shorter term Shariah compliant instruments to allow prudent and modern bank asset & liability and liquidity management.
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Warren was previously on the board of Charterhouse Bank and has worked in the treasury divisions of Barclays Bank, British Gas and Midland Bank. He first researched into what were later to be called "derivatives" in 1975 and was part of the team that executed one of the world's first currency swaps in 1981. Since then he has devised and transacted numerous structures that form part of the history of derivatives. Warren can be contacted via email@example.com
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