Latin American domestic structured issuance has caught up with the more established cross-border market, thanks in large part to the work of the International Finance Corporation and structured products expert Lee Meddin.
In the past two years, Swedish private-equity house Industri Kapital has endured a protracted and difficult fund-raising process for its fifth fund, which ultimately closed at just a third of the original e2.5 billion target size.
Automation of short-term investment is at the cutting edge of cash management, but deciding how to take advantage of this is not easy.
After years of negotiations, Serbia has signed a deal with London Club creditors to restructure about $2.8 billion in debt.
A burst of primary market activity in Europe last month had equity capital markets bankers predicting a busy fourth quarter.
Wealthy Americans are getting more demanding when it comes to investment advice.
The University of Virginia's endowment fund has put itself at the cutting edge of investment from university funds, wringing out high returns by inspired market timing and bold allocations to alternative asset classes.
As Euromoney goes to press, Santander is set to take over the UK's Abbey National, propelling the Spanish bank into the frontline of European retail banking.
For years, Thai Military Bank remained an anomaly in Thailand's financial sector.
Growing investor interest in foreign exchange as an asset class is leading to a rapid expansion of volume and has prompted service providers to offer new products featuring greater speed, transparency and efficiency.