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Airline-style alliances in banking look set to take off

Airline-style alliances in banking look set to take off

October 17, 2019
By DOMINIC O’NEILL

The Trade Club Alliance, a new 14-bank partnership to match SME exporters and importers, reflects greater willingness among banks – especially in Europe – to work together against low-cost newcomers, while relinquishing their own global ambitions.

African IPOs to set tone for private equity exits

African IPOs to set tone for private equity exits

October 11, 2019
By VIRGINIA FURNESS

Multilateral Afreximbank is set to become the latest African company to list in London, offering investors a rare chance to take on pan-African exposure, but the mixed performance of recent deals as well as difficult market conditions may make it a tough sale.

Trade Finance Survey 2020: Vote Now

Trade Finance Survey 2020: Vote Now

October 09, 2019

Euromoney's annual trade finance survey provides quantitative and qualitative analysis of the market and the banks that finance global trade.

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Is German banking a zero-sum game?

Is German banking a zero-sum game?

October 14, 2019
By DOMINIC O’NEILL

Clients have had a much easier time than their banks in Germany, but fintech innovation is creating ways for the likes of Commerzbank and Deutsche Bank to thrive, even in the country’s SME heartlands.

Sideways: WeWork hasn’t worked

Sideways: WeWork hasn’t worked

October 14, 2019
By JON MACASKILL

The fiasco of the failed IPO of WeWork has embroiled some of the most prominent figures in global finance, including SoftBank chairman Masayoshi Son and JPMorgan chief executive Jamie Dimon.