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Why Hong Kong’s bid for the LSE must struggle

Why Hong Kong’s bid for the LSE must struggle

September 16, 2019
By CHRIS WRIGHT

The bid by HKEX for the London Stock Exchange is bold and has scale on its side, but faces regulatory barriers – and the fact the LSE has a different idea of what an exchange should look like.

Responsible finance: The pledge that never was

Responsible finance: The pledge that never was

September 13, 2019
By HELEN AVERY

The US Business Roundtable has changed its statement of purpose to indicate that shareholders’ ambitions for profits have to be balanced with society’s goals, but what is it that these chief executives plan to do?

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Off the record: Celebrating 50 years of Euromoney

Off the record: Celebrating 50 years of Euromoney

June 14, 2019

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'.