Information trumps execution
China eyes up Portuguese assets
US firms named best bank and best investment bank; Hourican takes banker of the year award; ICBC’s Jiang rewarded for outstanding contribution to global financial services.
A scathing report by German regulator BaFin on interest rate rigging by Deutsche Bank will no doubt give any potential employer of former co-CEO Anshu Jain pause for thought.
Access Bank has become the second bank in Nigeria to receive a rating from Moody’s, illustrating the bank’s strengths despite challenging macroeconomic conditions.
Union Capital executives reveal why now is the right time to set up shop in Africa's largest market, despite a competitive banking landscape and the current deal-flow drought.
The banking business of RBC Caribbean was close to dissolution less than three years ago but is now on a path towards profitability and reconnection with the communities that it serves. Kirk Dudtschak, the bank’s executive vice-president, was in the eye of the storm.
Five years on, Dodd-Frank is suffering from a quiet crisis of credibility.
Loan production offices instead of branches; tech tie-ups lead to nationwide presence.
DCM issuance down by 40%; locals and internationals suffer.
Investment banking rivals may scoff, but HSBC’s Asia shift could prove a canny piece of business.
Second tier set to cash in on APRA move; Suncorp already making waves.
John Lefevre’s account of his time as a bond syndicate manager in Asia lifts the lid on some sordid personal and inappropriate professional activities. But beyond the shock factor, it’s the humour in the book that stands out.
ICBC chairman receives Euromoney's 2015 award for outstanding contribution to global financial services.
The only surprise about Wednesday's change at the top of Barclays is the speed at which the new chairman has chosen to take direct responsibility for meeting the considerable challenge of providing a decent return to shareholders.
George Osborne acknowledges that a bank levy based on global assets risks damaging the UK, but his solution might not appease HSBC.
Deutsche Bank’s Strategy 2020 – which led to the resignations of co-CEOs Anshu Jain and Jürgen Fitschen – was a study in how to obfuscate and overwhelm reality in a way that simply didn’t add up.
When the bad news comes rolling in, you’d better be an expert in the industry, as well as the institution, you work in.
Are currency depreciation and an uncertain political environment pushing international banks away from Turkish assets? The expected sale of HSBC’s local unit could hold the answer.
The Barclays CEO is stuck between a rock and a hard place in trying to reposition the bank. He may be running out of time to extricate himself.
Rule to bail in all bank senior debt; initial Schuldscheine exemption reversed.
Strong first quarter results; share price still subdued.
Standard Bank is the first bank in Africa to implement core banking systems SAP and Finacle, amid ever-increasing pressures to consolidate client data.
Like everything else in Nigeria, investment banking will be hit by weak oil prices. Local players may struggle more than their global counterparts.
Faltering Brazil a big drag on bank income; Mexico offers cause for optimism.
Quietly, but forcefully, the bank is getting its message across to UK government and regulators.
Draft bill to split off prop trading; national discretion allowed.
The acquisition of Smith Barney from Citi was far from the obvious play for Morgan Stanley in 2008. Now, it looks like a masterstroke.
Look closely at figures from Dealogic for the first six months of 2015 and there’s a story to be found as to why Goldman Sachs bankers still like to lord it over their counterparts at Morgan Stanley.
Loans hire as international book grows; closer links to City’s investors.
Only structural change, not tweaks, will bring a recovery across Italy’s banking sector.
He was indefatigable, unrelenting, exuberant and eventually a senior statesman of the industry, but most of all JPMorgan’s Jimmy Lee was a man who took care of those closest to him, whether it was his family, his colleagues or his clients.
Euromoney's last in-depth interview with Antony Jenkins before he was fired revealed tensions at the top amid an existential crisis in the bank’s business model.
Little known outside the banking industry, John Cryan could prove a very capable chief executive of Deutsche Bank, as long as he can cope with life under public scrutiny.
One year on from its big restructuring announcement, Barclays is still struggling to convince that it has found the right model. Investment banking remains the sticking point. Senior executives in the division say they’ve pulled off a £100 billion restructuring and improved the client franchise. They want to invest for growth. But sceptics say that bull market conditions and accounting sleight of hand have flattered results and the investment bank needs to become even smaller and more focused. The instinct of chief executive Antony Jenkins may be to give the investment bank more time. Shareholders and the new chairman may not be so patient.
If the movie version of The Big Short does prove successful, it could spur the commissioning of other banking-themed films.
Italian lender back in acquisition mode; further losses forecast in Ukraine.
California’s new treasurer picked his target when he made an example of the foreign bank but the domestic players have been warned.
Politicians have long been whipping up nationalist sentiment in Russia and Turkey. But now Poland is joining in on the act, banks and investors in CEE have reason for concern.
Leadership dispute between Malta and Tripoli; lawyers walk away from case.
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