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December 2020/January 2021

Why China called time on Ant’s extraordinary IPO
Volatility has pushed listings of special purpose acquisition companies to record levels. But the gradual shedding of their fly-by-night reputation is also driving the surge.
Euromoney’s annual review of 25 sector leaders took on a particular intensity in 2020 as banks faced up to the fallout from a year many would rather forget. We look at how they navigated the crisis.
Post-2008 accounting standards set aside capital for tomorrow’s problem loans today. In doing so, they rely on the judgements of the banks themselves. But after Covid-19, European banks cannot afford to provision in the same way as their US counterparts.
Nobody had more to lose from the suspension of the Ant float than the bookrunners. Who should share the blame, and what should happen next?
China’s asset management industry barely existed 20 years ago. By 2030 it will be the world’s second largest. Here are Euromoney’s precepts for a better chance of winning – and avoiding failure.
Real estate investment trusts are the mainstay of Singapore listings. Two contrasting mergers tell intriguing stories about where the Reit market goes from here.
November 16, 2020
The chief executive of PNC is making good on his plan to deploy its BlackRock sale proceeds.
December 7, 2020
Investors are locked in meetings with European growth companies that may go public in 2021. Spacs are making that easier.
December 7, 2020
Emerging Europe’s dormant primary equity market springs back to life. Can the revival continue into 2021?
December 8, 2020
The digital dividend dominated the cash management market in 2020.
A new Swiss-Singaporean enterprise styles itself as the world’s first digital asset bank. It is regulated, resembles the structure of a mainstream bank and has some high-visibility advisers and investors, among them Peter Wuffli. Will it work?
UBS’s strategy of creating emerging markets growth through partnerships is writ large in its joint venture with Banco do Brasil. Can the new entity become more than the sum of its parts?
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