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What does COP28 hold for sustainable banking?

The 28th Conference of the Parties starts in Dubai tomorrow. Dubbed the finance COP, conflicting priorities could turn it into a fossil fuel investor roadshow.
Jane Fraser, chief executive of Citi since March 2021, has a mighty task on her hands. Like so many of her predecessors, she faces the puzzle of how to articulate its identity. So far, she has focused on redefining its scope and structure. The hardest part – fixing the bank’s woeful returns – is still to come.
Andy Sieg is back again from Merrill Lynch - and has big plans.
Titi Cole on the job of managing Citi's consumer banking wind-down.


Outbound Chinese M&A deal-flow has slowed to a crawl even as inbound activity remains steady. So focus in the region is moving elsewhere: to rising India, steady-and-lucrative Australia and even Japan, where once-bloated conglomerates are streamlining portfolios under intense pressure from activist shareholders.
Our resident seer hears Ted Pick say don’t worry about the $20 million Morgan Stanley loyalty bonuses.
The travails of Zhongzhi, a key player in China’s poorly regulated $3 trillion shadow financing market, underline why a future crisis in the country is more likely, not less.
After less than two years, S&P is scrapping its ESG credit indicators and America’s anti-woke politicians are thrilled. But this may not be the win they think it is.
Restrictions may come at a cost as MSCI considers developed market status.
At the start of 2023, analysts sized China and liked what they saw: an economy reopening after three years of Covid isolation, and ready once again to roar. Nothing of the sort has happened and corporates and institutional investors are now fleeing the market in droves.
Regulators are starting to take a more messaging-based approach to sustainable finance, but stopping greenwashing won’t automatically lead to a transition to net zero.
The Signa Group of companies is complex, but its problems are simple: debt service costs are going up while property values are going down.
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Standard Chartered shifts growth to capital markets

Standard Chartered’s corporate and institutional bank can increase its profitability even when rates fall, divisional head Simon Cooper tells Euromoney. After reaping the benefit of investments in cash management, Cooper is now turning to the financial markets business, especially credit – reinforcing efforts to grow clients in Europe and the Americas.

The rise of renminbi creates opportunities for banks

While the dollar’s international supremacy is unchallenged for now, the wider landscape is shifting. Companies are raising more funding in renminbi and the currency’s use in international payments and settlements is growing.

Africa fintech Flutterwave moves on from Kenya setback

Kenyan authorities have cleared Flutterwave of wrongdoing following an anti-money-laundering case in the East African nation. Nevertheless, industry confidence in the Africa-focused payments company remains mixed.

How one ex-soldier left the British army and found a second life in banking

When Kevin Gartside was medically discharged from the British army in 2012 after three tours of duty in Iraq, he was unsure what to do next. He saw cross-over appeal in banking, an industry with a surprisingly flat operating structure that prizes punctuality, teamwork, adaptability and decision making.
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Andrea Orcel, UniCredit’s CEO, is focused on controlling costs as net interest margins fall
Citi CFO Mark Mason emphasizes the importance of both growth and divesting businesses
Bank Audi’s Carol Ayat outlines the challenge for Lebanon as war approaches its borders again
John Schindler, FSB secretary general, is acutely aware of the risks present in the shadow banking sector
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