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What’s behind SocGen and AllianceBernstein’s new equities partnership?

Societe Generale and AllianceBernstein may look like an equities odd couple. Leveraging Societe Generale’s derivatives franchise is key to the new joint venture, as is maintaining AllianceBernstein’s reputation for independence.


Euromoney’s Mystic Maca looks into what’s in store next year and sees some big Wall Street reshuffles.
Not long ago, correspondent banking was as basic as finance got. These days it is compliance and cost-heavy and in the crosshairs of aggressive and powerful regulators. Little wonder that so many banks are exiting small or fragile markets – actions that help their bottom line but hinder efforts at financial inclusion.
NatWest digital SME bank Mettle has broken new ground in its partnership with Polish fintech firm Vodeno.
The chief executive of JPMorgan’s Onyx blockchain business explains why it has been a long slog, and where the interest lies today after the crypto collapse.
UK gilts crisis special


UK pension fund hedges have failed the first real stress test in a new era of rising interest rates. Bankers are surprisingly relaxed about the implications for other threats to global systemic stability.
With domestic retail borrowers under rising pressure, does political risk matter more than strong profitability and capital buffers at UK banks?
The weakness of the pound and strength of the dollar has implications for companies on both sides of the Atlantic.
Clearing up after the government’s mess will only provide a short break in the repricing of UK risk.
Euromoney’s Mystic Maca looks into what’s in store next year and sees some big Wall Street reshuffles.
Uruguay reignites the debate on transition finance with its sovereign sustainability-linked bond.
Credit Suisse directors may sigh with relief that shareholders have approved the latest capital raise, but they are already guiding to yet another big loss.
Most governments would have been delighted to do what Iceland managed with its sale of Íslandsbanki shares earlier this year. But an audit of the deal has triggered a war of words with the body responsible for it, as well as some very odd conclusions from an Excel spreadsheet.
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Qatar eyes diversification and identity beyond the World Cup

Qatar has spent 12 years and more than $200 billion preparing for the World Cup, which kicks off on November 20. What happens when the games end and the tourists leave?

The fund to reinvent Greece

Growthfund was formed six years ago as a steward for Greek state-owned enterprises in the hope of improving and extracting value from them. As chief executive Gregory Dimitriadis explains, its ambitions now include investment, emission reduction and enabling the flow of capital from the Middle East.

The anti-ESG funds exploiting the US political divide

Vocal members of the US political right are not happy, creating new laws that ban state investors from backing companies with an ESG agenda. Several fund managers have been quick to take up their cause.

PagBank: The biggest bank you’ve never heard of in Brazil

The Brazilian world of digital banks has it all: billionaire unicorns, sub-brands created by the incumbents and completely new disruptors. But one player has been quietly growing under the radar to become the country’s second-largest digital player.
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Paul Donovan, chief economist at UBS Wealth Management, explains that the UK mini-budget had lessons for everyone else
Pierre Palmieri, head of global banking and advisory at Societe Generale, can see the end game for ESG
Matt Raeside, director within principal investments and strategic ventures at UBS, believes that the voluntary carbon markets need to adapt to the times
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