Julie Segal • November 24, 2014
My recent profile of Benefit Street Partners CEO Tommy Gahan is a reminder of the transformation taking hold of Wall Street and the role of journalists in documenting it.
Jason Mitchell • November 24, 2014
Peru’s central banker sees little room for further rate cuts and calls on the government to remove red tape and overhaul labor laws.
Richard Teitelbaum • November 21, 2014
Six years after the U.S. government takeover of insurer AIG, a lawsuit reveals another potential buyer and raises the question of whether the bailout was even needed.
David Turner • November 19, 2014
Contingent convertibles issued by European banks offer attractive yields, but they’re subject to write-downs and regulatory tinkering.
Georgina Hurst • November 18, 2014
Some big custodian banks offer services through their peers in developing countries, but others cater to such markets largely on their own.
Craig Mellow • November 12, 2014
Change to a free-floating exchange rate has made currency less of a one-way bet, but Russia’s economy remains under pressure.
Julie Segal • November 12, 2014
The former Deutsche Bank Securities CEO is rebuilding his Benefit Street Partners credit business far from Wall Street.
Jason Mitchell • November 11, 2014
With the real weakening despite central bank’s rate hike, analysts look to appointment of a new finance minister to signal Rousseff’s direction in second term.
Robert Stowe England • November 07, 2014
Virgin Money’s IPO could position the company as a solid U.K. banking contender.
Katie Gilbert • November 06, 2014
Although online credit marketplaces can offer attractive returns, institutional investors may not stick around when interest rates rise elsewhere.
Craig Mellow • November 05, 2014
Citigroup’s step into trading energy, metals and power is more about building on the bank’s core strengths than going against the grain.
Robert Stowe England • November 03, 2014
The U.K.’s leading banks are well on their way to a thorough post-financial-crisis recovery. The next hurdle is calculating their litigation costs.
David Rothnie • October 30, 2014
Seeking to change the bank’s business and culture, CEO Antony Jenkins is slashing his FICC franchise and scaling back Barclays’s global ambitions.
David Rothnie • October 29, 2014
The region’s head of investment banking is bullish on its prospects for M&A and equity capital markets.
Patrick Artus • October 28, 2014
Monetary easing can do little to solve Europe’s economic problems, but expect more of it as long as politicians continue to duck genuine reform.
Tom Buerkle • October 27, 2014
ECB’s banking review eases concerns about banks’ health, but an economic recovery requires action by governments, beginning with Germany’s.
Andrew Barber • October 24, 2014
Royal Bank of Canada and its peers are devoting more effort to building private banking franchises everywhere from the U.S. to Asia.
Charles Wallace • October 24, 2014
The big banks are leading developers of foreign exchange algos, which can help traders cut transaction costs.
Tom Buerkle • October 15, 2014
A fresh flirtation with recession in the euro area, and a lack of resolve to confront it, is undermining confidence in global markets.
October 13, 2014
Sanford C. Bernstein's John McDonald, No. 1 in large-cap banks on the All-America Research Team, explains how the Federal Reserve's plan will help banks boost revenue.
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