When will the much-hyped M&A boom in the regional US bank sector become reality?
As few as eight significant multi-dealer platforms could remain standing after further rounds of consolidation sweep the sector, predicts a new report.
Stories of corporate treasury innovating to mitigate external threats.
Partnership could replace broken Barclays links; follows rumours of sale of Société Générale South Africa custody unit to Absa.
Without a robust mechanism for handling chargebacks, merchants will continue to face sizeable losses from both misguided and malicious fraudulent claims.
Choosing the right path will open up new investment opportunities.
The last instalment of our results analysis looks at banks’ markets businesses
Delusional clients are complicating the business of collecting fees for advising on mega trades for customers such as Saudi Aramco and Tesla.
President-elect cuts pay, uses new level as public-sector ceiling; BNP Paribas expanding in Mexico.
August, typically a slow month for capital markets, was a fruitful one for alternative reference rates (ARRs) to Libor.
Tackling a pain point in European convertible bonds has allowed a group of former UBS bankers to build an interesting business
Brexit-sparked competition from US banks a good thing, ECB supervisor says; Italian populism ‘a burdensome tax’ on banks.
Regulatory change, cost pressures, advances in technology and more-demanding customers: treasurers have a lot on their minds, but artificial intelligence (AI) is here to help.
Emerging from the bailout does not mean automatically becoming a safe option, as the huge debt burden makes it vulnerable for years to come.
Analysts warn Italy will be a bigger shock to Europe than anything Turkey has to offer, as potential crises go.
French, let alone Italian, banks should not gloat. Germany’s banking problem is theirs too, and neither domestic mergers nor French-led acquisitions will solve it
Any slowdown in the economy of the country that consumes so much local output will bring short-term pain and should be a long-term warning
Cryptocurrencies are still not legal in Russia for now, but that isn’t stopping businesses from preparing to take hold of the future
US asset manager sets sights on Germany with new direct lending fund.
The new platform for borrowers to display indicated funding terms at which they will strike private placement deals is expanding fast.
Barclays backs MIT start-up Sigma Ratings; CEO promises universal emerging-markets coverage.
The sovereign borrower’s risk profile is more appealing with political uncertainty resolved and macro-fiscal indicators repairing.
The announcement on Thursday that Shemara Wikramanayake will replace Nicholas Moore as CEO of Macquarie Group in November is significant for two reasons.
Rules-based order routing (RBOR) has become a useful tool for achieving increased trading efficiency, although it does not automatically guarantee best execution.
A strong quarter for UBS contained a few of the usual curiosities in the investment bank.
The case for smaller deals is clear, but pressure is building higher up the food chain as well.