Patrick Artus • May 26, 2015
The euro zone has built a fragile recovery. But without greater investment, and oil prices likely to rise, that growth could end and the recession return.
Andrew Barber • May 22, 2015
ECB president warns that European growth remains fragile; German leaders throw cold water on Greek claims of a debt deal; Asian equities reach multi-year highs
Tom Buerkle • May 21, 2015
The ex–Fed chairman wants to merge the SEC and CFTC, create a new super-supervisor at arm’s length from the central bank and shield financial stability panel from political interference.
Kaitlin Ugolik • May 13, 2015
By teaming up with holders of high-quality student debt, Apollo and other institutions are gaining access to the consumer credit market.
Richard Teitelbaum • May 07, 2015
Bank’s currency business continues to thrive in wake of $714 million settlement, with trading revenue up 68 percent in the first quarter.
Jonathan Kandell • May 04, 2015
Oligarch seeks to expand his international energy and telecommunications holdings, flouting Kremlin’s invest-at-home edict.
David Rothnie • May 04, 2015
As chair of the Swiss bank’s corporate client solutions group, the Wall Street veteran divides her time between management and client work.
Tom Buerkle • April 16, 2015
Sluggish growth, U.S. rate hikes and Greek solvency top the agenda at the IMF–World Bank meetings.
David Rothnie • April 14, 2015
As the British bank shifts its focus to advisory and underwriting, global head of M&A Posternack stresses the value of honest advice.
Katie Gilbert • April 08, 2015
The CEO of payment services giant Discover Financial looks for ways to work with Google, Apple and other new competitors.
Thomas W. Johnson • March 26, 2015
All-Japan Research Team Hall of Famer Hironari Nozaki will pursue a career in teaching.
Jeffrey Kutler • March 17, 2015
Historical squabbles between bankers and retailers have spilled over into cybersecurity.Historical squabbles between bankers and retailers over credit cards have spilled over into cybersecurity.
David Turner • March 16, 2015
Ever-tighter capital requirements are pushing European banks to offload loans. Some alternative-asset managers are stepping in, but others are skeptical.
Anne Szustek • March 14, 2015
Advocacy group Women on 20s is pushing to banish ex-president Andrew Jackson from the $20 bill in favor of a notable female.
Jonathan Kandell • March 11, 2015
Naming of Prudential’s Tidjane Thiam to replace CEO Brady Dougan suggests an acceleration of efforts to deemphasize investment banking, and market welcomes the change.
Jon Gorvett • February 26, 2015
Cyprus has rebounded more quickly than Greece from its economic woes earlier this decade, although domestic and geopolitical risks still linger.
Matt Mossman • February 25, 2015
Move by President Jonathan rattles markets, but close race could have a silver lining if result is regarded as fair — and is accepted by both sides.
David Rothnie • February 23, 2015
Citigroup’s head of corporate and investment banking for EMEA played a key role in building the firm’s regional operations.
Beth Shah • February 18, 2015
In response to a rising U.S. dollar, more corporates are looking at using options rather than forwards to manage forex exposure.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • February 16, 2015
In a world of quantitative easing and near-zero interest rates, the unexpected drop in oil prices and jump in the Swiss franc have dire implications.
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