Pegasus Capital
  • View of Tower Bridge
    Providing independent expertise to assist corporates and their advisers
    navigate the complex world of hedging and derivatives
  • View of St Pauls Cathedral and Millennium Bridge
    Providing independent expertise to assist corporates and their advisers
    navigate the complex world of hedging and derivatives
  • View of The Shard in London
    Providing independent expertise to assist corporates and their advisers
    navigate the complex world of hedging and derivatives

Latest Markets

Money Market
3 Mth GBP LIBOR 0.280
6 Mth GBP LIBOR 0.405
Term Rates
10 Year UK Gilt 1.089
10 Year GBP Swap 1.167
Indicative only 17th August 2017
Hedging

Analysing, structuring and executing an appropriate hedging strategy...

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Financial Risk Management

With our broad experience across the loan markets, capital markets...

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Expert Witness

Independent expertise to assist corporates and their advisors.

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There is no rush to raise rates in retreat from QE

With inflation undershooting, the Fed’s hawkish tone is baffling
Posted: Thu, 21 Sep 2017 16:54:17 GMT

ECB aims to change lending benchmark for banks before 2020

Lack of market activity may hinder overnight unsecured euro measure
Posted: Thu, 21 Sep 2017 16:04:02 GMT

Banking remains far too undercapitalised for comfort

Leverage ratios closer to 5:1 will help give creditors confidence in liabilities
Posted: Thu, 21 Sep 2017 13:06:56 GMT

Why global economy’s resilience has little to do with policymakers

Vicious cycle gave way to virtuous cycle just in time to withstand political shocks of 2016
Posted: Thu, 21 Sep 2017 12:48:00 GMT

Daily briefing: Mueller closes in on White House, Fed’s historic move, critical thinking in business

The central bank will throw its crisis-era stimulus programme into reverse from next month
Posted: Thu, 21 Sep 2017 11:00:05 GMT

A View from the Bridge - July 2017

The primary driver of the recent rise in UK swap rates has been a more hawkish tilt from certain members of the Bank of England’s monetary policy committee. This has been predicated on more recent inflation outturns coming in above levels anticipated when the BOE last published its quarterly inflation forecasts in early May and that CPI will rise above the 3% level in the coming months before moderating as past effects of foreign exchange rate weakness work their way through the economy.

PegasusCapital - Thu 3rd Aug