Coverage of the unfolding crisis
...and how to fix it
Some have dubbed Antony Jenkins' reign at Barclays a work in transition. To me, it is undoubtedly a mess in transition.
The question I would want to know, were I a Euromoney reader, is: what is really going on out there? Is the world healing? Has it healed? Or indeed, has the world healed so completely that we are now about to suffer another bout of illness?
The EU elections are likely to deliver big gains for populist parties of the left and right, namely those opposed to the European project and/or further integration.
A more optimistic picture of the eurozone economy is clouded by deflationary pressures, which are especially perilous in Greece. There is no easy fix, but a cheaper euro would help.
Demographics are the forgotten dimension of investment. The experience of Japan suggests we should pay more heed.
Regulators and litigators have become latter-day big-game hunters. That spells trouble for the world’s biggest corporations and should encourage investors to look beyond mega-caps.
Emerging markets have bounced back impressively from an early-year slump that had threatened to turn into a full-blown crisis. But there are still plenty of questions about prospects for emerging nations and related banking revenues.
Vikram Pandit, the former Citigroup CEO, who was ousted in 2012, is casting his net wide as he looks for ways to stay busy.
The hedge fund industry is coming off another year of substantial underperformance to market benchmarks in bizarrely rude health. Total assets in the industry rose to $2.01 trillion in December to set a new record total above the previous peak of $1.95 trillion in June 2008, according to data firm Eurekahedge. Other monitors put the current total as high as $2.41 trillion.
Competition and jeopardy are on the way back in EM debt issuance.
Chinese bank’s London purchase likely to be followed by other acquisitions in foreign markets.
Brazil, India, Indonesia, South Africa and Turkey have more in common than macroeconomic numbers.
Rental income from repossessed housing is the next big thing in securitization. It will also be the acid test of what, if anything, the market has learned over the last five years.
The new corporate gatekeepers know how important they are, and are demanding more from their banks.
As three UK banks issue profit warnings springing from litigation costs and mis-selling charges, it takes a newcomer to show the value of good customer service.
After the World Islamic Economic Forum was held in a Muslim minority country – the UK – for the first time. Euromoney quizzed the envoys of rival centres on their ambitions.
Bankers discuss the progress made so far and the potential for Turkey to become a vibrant financial services hub.
In a recorded message for Euromoney’s Awards for Excellence 2013 dinner, Blankfein cites the firm's competitive strengths — in market-making, culture and risk management — and strikes an upbeat note on prospects for the global economy.
In his acceptance speech for Euromoney’s Awards for Excellence 2013 dinner, Lloyds’ chief executive António Horta-Osório explains the strategy behind the group’s transformation as well as the economic and social purpose of the banking industry.
In a recorded message for Euromoney’s Awards for Excellence 2013 dinner, Stumpf, chairman and chief executive, welcomes the accolade.
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