Equities order-routing firm Lava Trading prides itself on its independence and neutrality.
Baillie Gifford exemplifies the traditional image of the cautious but successful Scottish investment manager.
In part two of our structured credit roundtable, participants discuss the new products and strategies available to investors in the structured credit market.
The growing problem of pension fund shortfalls and government attempts to cope with them are prompting a cautious approach from private-equity investors, with the UK particularly badly affected.
Wary investors and a growing equity issuance backlog have spelt disappointment for many of the issuers that have made it to market.
Euromoney's first financial technology users' survey polled the market to find the software companies that had hit the heights expected of them by an ever more demanding financial services industry.
Since Asia's 1997 financial crisis, most Thai financial businesses have been forced to focus on recovery and restructuring.
With massive capital, some of the finest minds and cutting-edge technology, the bulge-bracket global securities firms offer clients a seamless one-stop service.
European corporates are making the most of burgeoning demand in the US private placement market.
There is no room for nostalgia in the new-look Merrill Lynch.
The emergence of investable hedge fund indices has provoked a great deal of debate in the hedge fund industry, with extravagant claims being made by both proponents and detractors.