Capital market practitioners have failed to develop the necessary credit skills to assess and absorb infrastructure risk.
Investment banks need to think carefully about which institutions they market their services to.
Brazil’s biggest private sector bank is a retail powerhouse.
Can wealth management truly thrive within the confines of an investment bank?
Noriba exits some investments early after strong performance.
The Japanese bank no longer appears to be targeting the frequent issuers business.
Banks are expanding their presence in energy trading – again.
Most of the key investments in China’s largest state-owned banks have been settled, but international investors are still eager to pour money into the sector.
Report says lower risk weighting will encourage banks to look at MMFs.
Originally established under the white minority regime to compulsorily house non-white labour outside the cities, South Africa’s townships are now obvious targets for a nascent low-income housing finance market.
M&A activity is changing the Asian banking landscape and the relative positions of banks in Euromoney’s rankings.
Demands for compensation from two currency option brokers over the rogue trading scandal of January 2004, presents the market with another act in one of the most entertaining financial farces for years.