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Cold comfort from landmark Íslandsbanki IPO as Iceland politics puts privatizations in limbo

Bank privatizations are never simple, but the outcry that has erupted in Iceland over a recent sale of Íslandsbanki shares looks set to halt the programme in its tracks – despite the overwhelming success of the bank’s landmark IPO in 2021. With state holding company ISFI now under threat of being closed down, its head takes Euromoney through the drama of the last 12 months.
Following Terra’s death spiral, regulators will focus on the collateral backing the biggest stablecoins that are essential to the flow of real money into crypto.
Almost half of the Australian group’s record profit came from the Americas this year. Will Macquarie still call Australia home?
Asset quality is under threat across the region, but particularly in Peru.
The US government’s case against Archegos Capital sets up a contest to guess which of the fund’s prime brokers was the most gullible at any given time. To keep the game interesting, the answer might not always be Credit Suisse.
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Banks try to quantify the new fourth C in credit assessment: climate

Credit intelligence specialist OakNorth is working with a consortium of US banks to assess physical and transition climate risk in loan portfolios. The motivation for the banks is clear: self-preservation in the face of growing climate-related disruption.

Weerasinghe returns to Sri Lanka’s central bank as country’s finances spiral

With civil unrest, the resignation of half the cabinet and a standstill on sovereign debt repayment, Sri Lanka’s new finance minister, secretary to the treasury and governor of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka have a lot to do.

Banks want to be venture builders too

As their involvement in fintech matures, large banks are focusing on building standalone digital businesses rather than just taking stakes in third-party startups through venture capital funds and accelerators. Can these new in-house ventures disprove the thesis that incumbent banks can’t create disruptive business models?

Sovereign wealth lessons from an isolated Cree nation

In frozen far northern Alberta, Euromoney meets perhaps the world’s least likely sovereign wealth fund, investing compensation settlement money for Canada’s Little Red River Cree Nation. It is rigorous, disciplined and sophisticated, and reminds us that sustainable finance has been around for centuries.
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Kyrylo Shevchenko, governor of the National Bank of Ukraine, has some advice for Elvira Nabiullina, the governor of the central bank of Russia
Alex Manson, head of SC Ventures, says that Standard Chartered is creating “an ecosystem of investments and ventures around the bank”
Mark Williams, founder of Aboriginal Investment Consulting, advises indigenous communities
Peter Grant, president of OakNorth Credit Intelligence, on the challenge of lack of data
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