FCA to lenders: Watch your step

FCA to lenders: Watch your step

May 20, 2020
By MARK BAKER

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

The pitfalls of India

The pitfalls of India's JAM

May 11, 2020
By KANIKA SAIGAL

India's national ID and financial inclusion system creates the rails on which food and financial aid can reach some of the most vulnerable in society.

Sovereign defaults: a thought exercise

Sovereign defaults: a thought exercise

April 29, 2020
By ROB DWYER

Breathless reporting of the details of the Argentine government’s offer to bondholders tends to presuppose there is doubt in the outcome.

QE in CEE: What you need to know

QE in CEE: What you need to know

April 16, 2020
By LUCY FITZGEORGE-PARKER

Central banks in emerging Europe have started buying local government bonds in response to the Covid-19 crisis.

Shifting corporate responsibility to consumer resilience

Shifting corporate responsibility to consumer resilience

April 06, 2020
By HELEN AVERY

The coronavirus Covid-19 crisis has highlighted the need to build better consumer financial resilience – bank efforts to support personal savings and debt reduction will have a greater impact than writing cheques.

Cashless after Covid-19?

Cashless after Covid-19?

April 02, 2020
By KANIKA SAIGAL

The number of cashless transactions is rising as the coronavirus pandemic limits the use of physical cash.

RMBS and coronavirus: Holidays from hell

RMBS and coronavirus: Holidays from hell

March 26, 2020
By LOUISE BOWMAN

Most European residential mortgage-backed securities deals can absorb the hit from payment moratoria for now, but junior notes are at risk if the crisis persists.