Banking: Argentina is back where it started

Banking: Argentina is back where it started

August 15, 2019
By ROB DWYER

When Mauricio Macri won the last presidential election in 2015, the future for Argentina’s banks looked rosy: a spate of international debt and equity deals confirmed the optimism.

HSBC: The world’s interim bank

HSBC: The world’s interim bank

August 06, 2019
By MARK BAKER

The lifers are being cleared out at a bank traditionally known for the long service of its senior management.

Brazilian banks carry on regardless

Brazilian banks carry on regardless

July 30, 2019
By ROB DWYER

The rapid fall in interest rates in Brazil, from a peak of 14.25% in 2016 to 6.5% in February 2018, created expectations among analysts that the biggest banks’ famously high net interest margin was finally about to be eroded.

Where is Goldman Sachs heading?

Where is Goldman Sachs heading?

July 29, 2019

Goldman Sachs' latest results show it changing in two contrasting ways: one makes it look more like a bank than it used to; another less so.

Awards for Excellence 2019: Smack my pitch up

Awards for Excellence 2019: Smack my pitch up

July 10, 2019

Bankers pitching for Euromoney awards just can’t help themselves – year after year, the jargon gets more impenetrable, the league tables more inventive and the logistics more unreliable.

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AT1 capital/CoCo bonds: what you should know

AT1 capital/CoCo bonds: what you should know

July 16, 2019

Additional tier-1 (AT1) securities and contingent convertible capital instruments, known as CoCo bonds, absorb losses when the capital of the issuing financial institution falls below a supervisor-determined level.

Barclays: special focus

Barclays: special focus

March 28, 2019

Euromoney's recent coverage of the bank's battle to retool its business model and boost earnings.