Home offices get a tech upgrade

Home offices get a tech upgrade

May 26, 2020
By PETER LEE

Amid the wild price swings and surging volumes in bond and equity markets that characterized the first phase of the pandemic, traders just about coped while working from home.

Macaskill on markets: How to fight the Fed

Macaskill on markets: How to fight the Fed

May 26, 2020
By JON MACASKILL

Investors looking to profit from – and hedge against – credit deterioration due to Covid-19 will need to pick their spots when fighting the Federal Reserve.

Loans: Crunch time for credit

Loans: Crunch time for credit

May 20, 2020

Central bank intervention has delayed the deluge of insolvency that Covid-19 lockdowns will cause, but it can only plug the dike for so long.

FCA to lenders: Watch your step

FCA to lenders: Watch your step

May 20, 2020

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority may struggle to show anything explicitly wrong in the awarding of recent equity mandates.

Chinese bonds: buyer beware

Chinese bonds: buyer beware

May 19, 2020

Foreign capital is flooding into Chinese bonds, but investors would be wise to scrutinize the myriad ways by which issuers can wriggle out of meeting their obligations.

Coronavirus: IPOs lose the human touch

Coronavirus: IPOs lose the human touch

April 16, 2020

Asia’s first virtual roadshows have paved the way for a new digital approach to IPO executions; they are a necessity at the moment, but they could become the new normal.

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SME financing: special focus

SME financing: special focus

March 25, 2019

The vexed battle to finance small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) continues amid risk aversion, economic weakness, new regulations and banks’ balance-sheet repair.

Donald Trump: special focus

Donald Trump: special focus

March 18, 2019

What has Trump's presidency meant for banking and financial markets? Unsurprisingly, things haven't gone as expected.

Iran sanctions: special focus

Iran sanctions: special focus

December 03, 2018

Euromoney investigates how the relaxation of western sanctions on Iran – dubbed the world’s most lucrative closed economy – will jump-start trade and capital flows from Europe to the Gulf, and plots a vision for the country's banking system and economic transformation, more generally.