Banking: Argentina is back where it started

Banking: Argentina is back where it started

August 15, 2019

When Mauricio Macri won the last presidential election in 2015, the future for Argentina’s banks looked rosy: a spate of international debt and equity deals confirmed the optimism.

Israel fintechs: From start-up to scale-up

Israel fintechs: From start-up to scale-up

August 12, 2019

Israel has become one of the world’s most important fintech hubs, attracting millions in investment from some of the biggest global brands and venture capital funds.

Euromoney FX: 40 and fabulous

Euromoney FX: 40 and fabulous

July 31, 2019

While Euromoney turns 50 this year, our first big survey was launched 40 years ago – and to this day, the FX survey remains the benchmark for the foreign exchange industry.

Awards for Excellence 2019: Smack my pitch up

Awards for Excellence 2019: Smack my pitch up

July 10, 2019

Bankers pitching for Euromoney awards just can’t help themselves – year after year, the jargon gets more impenetrable, the league tables more inventive and the logistics more unreliable.

The bankers that define the decades

The bankers that define the decades

June 21, 2019

For Euromoney's 50th anniversary issue, we picked out the six individual bankers that we believe define each of the decades of Euromoney’s existence.

The inside story: Sandy and the Glass-Steagall repeal

The inside story: Sandy and the Glass-Steagall repeal

June 10, 2019

1998: As the 1990s came to a close, Euromoney spent time in the US with Sandy Weill and Jamie Dimon, watching as LTCM imploded and the Glass-Steagall laws were repealed (from the imagination of Jon Macaskill).

The inside story: Decoding the CDO black box

The inside story: Decoding the CDO black box

June 10, 2019

2006: In the approach to the 2008 global financial crisis, Euromoney became concerned about hidden risks and complications in the structured credit markets (from the imagination of Jon Macaskill).

The inside story: The global financial crisis

The inside story: The global financial crisis

June 10, 2019

2008: While the GFC raged, Euromoney had an inside view as politicians on both sides of the Atlantic tried to save the banking system (from the imagination of Jon Macaskill).

Sir Patrick Sergeant: The man who made Euromoney

Sir Patrick Sergeant: The man who made Euromoney

June 06, 2019

From the City desk of the Daily Mail to a park bench in New York, via conversations with the pioneers of the Eurobond market, Euromoney was the vision of its founder Sir Patrick Sergeant.

Africa across the decades

Africa across the decades

May 15, 2019

For 50 years, Euromoney has followed the vicissitudes of a continent that has moved into and out of favour with international banks and grappled with developing its own capital market culture.

Capital markets: Funding Africa’s future

Capital markets: Funding Africa’s future

May 15, 2019

Africa has long had a fraught relationship with the capital markets – can the continent put that difficult history behind it and, crucially, fund the next stage of its development?

Banking refugees in Uganda

Banking refugees in Uganda

May 15, 2019

Africa has the largest number of refugees of any continent – in Uganda, many of them are economically active, while others are excluded from accessing basic banking products.