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Mexico: Banks free Pemex from bondage

Mexico: Banks free Pemex from bondage

May 23, 2019
By ROB DWYER

HSBC, JPMorgan and Mizuho lend Mexico’s oil company $8 billion after investors show no interest in non-deal roadshow – and that’s the least of the firm’s problems.

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Wealth management: Bank of Morgan Stanley

Wealth management: Bank of Morgan Stanley

April 26, 2019

Ten years on from the crisis, Morgan Stanley was already a different animal, with a shift to half its revenues generated from wealth management – what will it look like in another 10 years? Maybe more like Bank of America or JPMorgan…

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Sideways: Buffett and Icahn – old dogs stick to old tricks

Sideways: Buffett and Icahn – old dogs stick to old tricks

June 04, 2019
By JON MACASKILL

Veteran investor Carl Icahn has filed a lawsuit accusing Occidental Petroleum chief executive Vicki Hollub of being played by Warren Buffett in accepting aggressive terms for a $10 billion financing from Berkshire Hathaway to complete an agreed bid of around $56 billion for Anadarko.

Macaskill on markets: Apple and the IT spending serpent

Macaskill on markets: Apple and the IT spending serpent

June 03, 2019
By JON MACASKILL

As technology spending escalates, financiers now face a temptation to reframe costs as an investment in future growth, safe in the knowledge that it is extremely difficult to check their assertions.

Sideways: Priam and the AI Trojan horse

Sideways: Priam and the AI Trojan horse

May 03, 2019
By JON MACASKILL

Bank of America is reportedly excited about the potential of a tool it calls the Predictive Intelligence Analytics Machine, or Priam.

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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'.