LONDON'S LARGEST investment banks are to face a wide-ranging probe into their measurement and management of collateral amid concerns some may not be properly prepared for a sudden market downturn, according to the Financial Times .
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has launched an investigation into the banks' systems for measuring and managing the collateral they demand from hedge funds, banks and other trading counterparties....
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