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Italy could be clawing itself out of a pit of worry about its banks, according to the latest Euromoney Bank Risk results.
Last year was far from a vintage year for the big five US corporate and investment banking franchises, with almost no business lines seeing an overall increase in revenues in 2016, but the gains in fixed income sales and trading were enough to inch CIB division revenues up by 1.4% to $142 billion.
Scale is important in cash management, but it is not everything.
For many European bank stocks, 2016 was an unrelentingly awful year.
For the first nine months of 2016, JPMorgan, the market share leader, reported a decent 14% return on equity for its corporate and investment banking division, based on after-tax net income of $7.384 billion.
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By: Mark Baker, Louise Bowman, Peter Lee, Dominic O'Neill and Chris Wright
Here you will find more detailed results and analysis of Euromoney's Cash Management Survey 2016.
While the focus has been on how Italy must resolve its banking sector problems, investors should also be keeping an eye on the risks lurking elsewhere in Europe.
We invited all private banks and wealth managers to participate in the survey by completing our online questionnaire.
The swift formation of a new government and the opportunities created by the pound’s fall have quietened the doomsayers.
“Your reputation is what your competitors say about you when you leave the room”
Euromoney’s FX Survey uncovered sweeping changes in market structure and client behaviour during the past year.
Its sovereign risk score has eased back this year as doubts begin to creep in, but India remains worthy of investment grade.