Joe McGrath • May 15, 2017
Bundesbank executive Andreas Dombret says more stringent regulation is needed in the Eurozone to avoid a “solvency crisis at banks.”
Julie Segal • May 15, 2017
Citigroup markets exec Suni Harford will take the top investments job at UBS’s asset management arm following Fitzpatrick’s departure for Soros Fund Management in March.
Joe McGrath • May 03, 2017
Former banker and Lib Dems Treasury spokeswoman Susan Kramer hopes her party can capitalize on Tory government failings in the U.K. general election next month.
Julie Segal • May 02, 2017
A group of finance executives say automation is already under way at investment banks, but in some areas — like investing — a human touch will still be needed.
Joe McGrath • April 25, 2017
Investors in Credit Suisse will have their say on revised remuneration proposals at the bank’s annual meeting on Friday, but U.K. fund managers say it’s just the beginning.
Allen T. Cheng • April 24, 2017
Asian Development Bank president Takehiko Nakao’s goal is to make ADB a “force of stability” and Asia’s primary development partner. Can he succeed?
Joe McGrath • April 11, 2017
A continuing court saga between rival brokers could ultimately determine the extent to which companies in the U.K. can hold departing employees to their non-compete contracts.
Staff • April 11, 2017
Willis Towers Watson examines which cities are likely to attract the most talent as financial services jobs move out of the U.K.
Joe McGrath • March 29, 2017
The fund firm declined to participate in the recent AT1 bond issuance from Caixa Geral de Depósitos over fears that some European banks cannot maintain coupon payments on certain bonds.
Craig Mellow • March 28, 2017
Credit Suisse’s Tidjane Thiam says he’s shaping a bank that is “high yield” and “extremely safe.” Not everyone agrees.
Joe McGrath • March 24, 2017
UK managers said macro events had a significant impact on asset allocation strategies in recent months.
Joe McGrath • March 24, 2017
A U.K. parliamentary report warns that a E.U. council may blacklist low-tax jurisdictions and Britain may have no say in the matter.
Imogen Rose-Smith • March 22, 2017
Institutional investors ask Trump’s National Economic Council head to avoid changes to shareholder rights rules.
Joe McGrath • March 21, 2017
The bank says the ruling will reduce “expected recoveries” and will also result in additional expenses for the group, which is winding up.
Staff • March 20, 2017
The next few years will see a reversal of fortunes between wholesale banks and asset managers, according to Morgan Stanley and Oliver Wyman.
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.
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