Imogen Rose-Smith • March 06, 2017
The French bank has committed to putting $2 billion of capital freed up by a synthetic risk transfer to the hedge fund firm into green projects.
Jeffrey Kutler • February 13, 2017
Attempts at creating streamlined, all-electronic payment systems have repeatedly fallen short of expectations. Will this time be different?
Vitaliy Katsenelson • February 10, 2017
The new president of the United States is leaving many feeling anxious. But even if markets take a wild ride, that’s not necessarily bad for investors.
Jess Delaney • February 01, 2017
The Italian bank struggled to find saviors, and in the end turned to the government for help.
Jess Delaney • January 27, 2017
Danièle Nouy urges Europe’s troubled banks to take better care of themselves in the New Year.
Bailey McCann • January 27, 2017
Despite an 18 percent return in 2016, J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s European Focus Fund closes.
The Editors • January 10, 2017
Here’s what investing bigwig Howard Marks has to say about the 2008 collapse of the world economy. Watch the full video on February 8.
Julie Segal • January 03, 2017
The firm’s recently acquired Analytic Investors unit will manage the new offerings.
Julie Segal • December 20, 2016
Investment pros say they welcome a return to normalcy after years of investors searching for yield in increasingly risky places.
Bailey McCann • December 13, 2016
Beijing’s new offer of wholly foreign-owned enterprise status has overseas firms eyeing the mainland institutional and retail markets.
Imogen Rose-Smith • December 07, 2016
The U.S. Supreme Court sides with the prosecutors in an insider trading ruling, reversing gains made by a recent New York circuit court decision.
Bailey McCann • December 07, 2016
Despite several recent departures from a blockchain consortium, banks are throwing their weight behind the distributed ledger technology.
Imogen Rose-Smith • December 06, 2016
The U.S. stock market could be about to get wild — in a good way, according to Goldman Sachs.
Rachel Lowry • December 02, 2016
Catherine Bessant is competing with startups in Silicon Valley for tech talent. Her pitch? While the bank doesn’t have ping pong tables or bean bag chairs, its platform allows innovators to make an impact on 50 million households.
Jess Delaney • November 30, 2016
Sunday’s vote could plunge Italy’s already-troubled banking sector into further turmoil as populism continues its charge through Europe.
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