Bailey McCann • November 23, 2015
As opportunities to invest in troubled mortgages dwindle, credit managers are betting on borrowers underserved by the banks.
Allen T. Cheng • November 11, 2015
The investment bank’s profits are up, but its reliance on state-owned companies has cost it some lucrative business.
Jeffrey Kutler • November 09, 2015
For the bankers, venture capitalists and others financing and facilitating the fintech explosion, it’s not just a money game. Strategic vision and networking are just as critical.
Dan Weil • November 05, 2015
Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen holds enough sway among her FOMC colleagues to stay the hand of dissenters.
Vita Bekker • November 03, 2015
The bank has bolstered its debt and equity underwriting business, thanks to its purchase of a big loan book from RBS.
Jonathan Kandell • October 30, 2015
Since succeeding her late father last year, Ana Botín has put a firm stamp on Banco Santander. Now she needs to show that her organic-growth plan can deliver the goods.
Jonathan Kandell • October 30, 2015
Among the challenges of Santander’s new executive chair Ana Botín will be justifying the bank’s U.S. presence.
David Rothnie • October 27, 2015
As new head of EMEA capital markets origination, the former pro rugby player aims to push the bank to the top of the league.
Jeff Ostrowski • October 27, 2015
Roger Lowenstein’s latest book, America’s Bank: The Epic Struggle to Create the Federal Reserve, explains the politicking behind the central bank’s inception.
Dan Weil • October 12, 2015
Strong economic growth in the U.S. will mean a subsequent bump in consumer lending, says the veteran analyst. And the Fed’s not a threat.
David Turner • October 09, 2015
As banks focus on financing larger businesses, insurers such as Legal & General are lending to midsize companies for a premium.
Craig Mellow • September 21, 2015
In the face of macro and geopolitical pressures, state-owned firms grab the meager spoils in investment management as foreigners, including BNP Paribas, head for the exits.
Assif Shameen • September 15, 2015
Big debts and controversial transactions at the upstart fund are threatening the government of Prime Minister Najib Razak and depressing the ringgit.
Tom Buerkle • September 10, 2015
With its bid to join the IMF’s currency basket and the launch of new development banks, Beijing is shaking up the international financial system.
Bailey McCann • September 04, 2015
As the recent SEC action against BNY Mellon shows, banks and asset managers must look closely at their business to ensure FCPA compliance.
Tom Buerkle • September 03, 2015
For the president of the multilateral lender, ending poverty in developing countries and preventing pandemics are two pressing concerns.
Anne Szustek • September 01, 2015
The confluence of China’s own forex moves and weak commodity prices made, at least for the moment, headliners out of the dong and tenge.
Allen T. Cheng • August 23, 2015
A top Indian business leader, Kamath says the new emerging-markets lender seeks to complement, rather than compete with, the World Bank.
Jeffrey Kutler • August 22, 2015
Critics calling for a breakup of the largest U.S. banks need to be reminded of the economies of scale and efficiency that come from being big.
David Rothnie • August 13, 2015
ECM expert Javary was a key player in the privatization of France’s state-owned industries during the 1980s and ’90s.
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