June 2019

June 2019

The bankers that define the decades

For Euromoney's 50th anniversary issue, we picked out the six individual bankers that we believe define each of the decades of Euromoney’s existence. They are all giants of the industry. Their names transcend it.

Euromoney 50th Anniversary

Global finance: Banking is in a better place

The global banking industry looks stronger and healthier than at any time since the global financial crisis. It is not about to – and probably doesn’t want to – enter a ‘golden era’. Safe, stable, solid are the new watchwords. Responsible finance is good business. And good management is the key to restoring trust.

Off the record: Celebrating 50 years of Euromoney

In 2005, Euromoney started its Off the Record column, because we had noticed that many bankers could not stop themselves from spouting hyperbole, humour and hubris when the conversation went 'on background'. Here are some of the choicest sound bites from the last 14 years.

Sir Patrick Sergeant: The man who made Euromoney

From the City desk of the Daily Mail to a park bench in New York, via conversations with the pioneers of the Eurobond market, Euromoney was the vision of its founder Sir Patrick Sergeant. He managed to create what is now a billion-pound business empire while reinventing financial journalism. His is a remarkable story.

CEO interview

What the CEOs really think

What the CEOs really think

What is it like to run a leading bank today? What are the key lessons they have learned during their careers? Who are their mentors? And how will technology affect their business? Euromoney has been on a global tour of top bank chief executives to find out.

Columns

Financial markets' inside stories: 50th anniversary special

Financial markets' inside stories: 50th anniversary special

For 50 years Euromoney has provided unique stories on the biggest events in financial markets, and now we can reveal our secret – we were in the room at the time. Here’s how landmark events such as the collapse of LTCM and Lehman Brothers actually played out. From the imagination of Jon Macaskill.

The inside story: Decoding the CDO black box

2006: In the approach to the 2008 global financial crisis, Euromoney became concerned about hidden risks and complications in the structured credit markets (from the imagination of Jon Macaskill).

Comment

Debate

Americas private banking debate: Internationalization is the future

Americas private banking debate: Internationalization is the future

Wealthy clients increasingly need international products and services. The opportunities are clear for those who can stomach the regulatory hurdles of cross-border business and who can leverage their retail or investment banking connections. Technology investments are crucial, but the competitive landscape is opening up.