Eurozone risk experts are busy downgrading their scores as countries struggle with domestic political pressures and slower growth trajectories.
Lifting restrictions on foreign investors and encouraging local corporate bond issuance top list of priorities for head of new capital markets agency.
Investors must tread carefully as analysts harbour concerns about the political and economic challenges lying ahead.
Chinese premier Li Keqiang has told the country’s banks they need to increase their lending to small companies, but the details are fuzzy.
There is no shortage of problems to tackle when bankers, economists and investors gather at the Asian Development Bank meetings in early May.
The government is pushing structural reforms despite the economic crisis; new tax regulations aimed to bring money onshore.
Worries are growing that benchmark rate replacements will take longer to create than the time available.
Funding Circle demonstrates the pitfalls of IPO-ing a marketplace lender.
UBSâ€™s path to China JV control raises questions for others.
Why is nobody in Asia worrying about trade wars and rate hikes?
The bank has sold most of what it wanted to in the region, but faces some big costs at home.
$500 million bond was third attempt since 2013; makes Credit Suisse loan commitment look shrewder.
Brazil’s banks are now an election issue.
Jon Macaskill profiles the two new co-heads of investment banking at UBS.
Front End looks back 10 years, on the views of the chief executives of 11 big banks interviewed in the wake of the banking crisis.
Investment bankers hope for an autumn thaw after a spring freeze.
Is former ECB chief Jean-Claude Trichet the real villain of the piece?
Sovereign funds and Japanese banks fared differently in their financial crisis deals. Nomura seems to have achieved the least.
Open banking requires incumbents to improve users’ experience of everyday services.
Corporate and household borrowing in France continues to outpace eurozone peers, as measures are introduced to tackle the increase.
‘Crashed’ finally gives the last 10 years of financial crises the coherent narrative they deserve
Autumn bank refinancing round under scrutiny; analysts warn of US sanctions tail risk.
Euromoney’s survey of risk experts shows the sovereign borrower on an improving score trend, which is already warranting a BB credit rating.
When will the much-hyped M&A boom in the regional US bank sector become reality?