Jho says it ain’t so
Punishing original sin
A series of reports by regulators around the German bank’s $2.5 billion fine raise more questions than answers, while serving up embarrassment to remaining senior management.
Bank earnings boosted by trading, lower costs; NIMs sink at larger banks.
After years of restructuring, Crédit Agricole’s corporate and investment bank is tentatively showing the signs of stability and growth that the group’s crisis-weary shareholders have long sought. Maintaining this course may well prove just as tough.
At times the ECB seems to lurk so far behind the curve that it appears to be using some sort of random monetary-policy generator.
Bill Winters has some big decisions to mull while he prepares to start his new job as Standard Chartered chief executive.
Micro SMEs still cut off from bank finance; new way to lend against cash flow.
Mellat leads legal action against UK; lifting sanctions only half the issue.
Tencent and Alibaba are at the vanguard of setting up new online banks. It's a great way to shake up the old state players and, by mining their data, get credit ratings for China's underserved population. But do upstart tech companies really have the political and business resources to challenge the incumbents?
Equity platform matches business angels with crowd investors – a sign that the venture capital industry is changing fast
Much has been said about the unfortunate timing of the Emirates NBD merger just before the global financial crisis, but what is often forgotten is just how challenging that merger would have been in any conditions.
It took the collapse of Banco Espírito Santo, rather than the eurozone crisis, to redraw the map of Portuguese banking. Will the revised landscape show Iberian consolidation, or a new Chinese foothold on the continent?
Largest US money market fund switches to government mandate; non-goverment short-term markets under pressure
Rabo and BPCE pioneer samurai deals; Japanese investors see big risks at euro banks.
A host of new technology and new business models are aiming to transform the financial system. Many will fall by the wayside. But among them are potential winners that could be the Goldman Sachs or Nasdaq of the 21st century. Euromoney looks at the smart people and smart firms attempting to reshape finance.
Viktor Orban’s spat with Hungary’s banks has cost the country dear. The bank tax may be on the way out, but the financial sector’s troubles are far from over.
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision’s (BCBS) proposals to reduce lenders' reliance on external credit ratings and boost the risk sensitivity of exposures through new metrics could trigger a slew of unintended consequences, according to a Fitch report.
Small Asian firm has big European ambitions; expands into debt capital markets.
Optimism over a possible rally in bank stocks will prove short-lived if banks cannot allocate capital to businesses with adequate and sustainable returns.
Soon after Bill Winters was appointed CEO of Standard Chartered, his highest-profile protégé from their shared days at JPMorgan also announced a new job.
A scheme to build trust around the concept of digital identities has the potential to transform the way individuals transact through the internet.
We explain Basel's proposed total loss-absorbing capacity requirements for global banks.
UK levy shows increasing burden of regulatory scrutiny; concerns rise over banks’ access to dollar funding.
Having moved far beyond start-up status, the data provider is looking to help transform the way that companies interact
If timing is everything, then Emirates NBD should be nothing. The merger that created the bank brought together two wholly dissimilar institutions, just as the global financial crisis brought Dubai to the brink of default. It has suffered ever since. Until now. Have Emirates NBD – and Dubai – really turned the corner?
Toshifumi Murata of Latin America for Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU) is confident of continued growth.
Retail banks to be hit hardest; corporate clients set for higher charges.
A grilling from politicians can be murder for a bank chief executive. Your only hope is to get the murder board right in advance.
Basel wants end to use of credit ratings; further regulatory changes deplored.
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