Aaron Timms • April 24, 2014
As many big banks sell their commodities trading units to smaller players, conflicts of interest remain a potential problem.
David Rothnie • April 22, 2014
The Rothschild partner and cinema lover’s clients include the heads of energy conglomerate GDF Suez and advertising giant Publicis.
Rosalyn Retkwa • April 16, 2014
With help from new tools that make it easier to glean useful information from portfolio data, investors can better assess pricing and risk.
Craig Mellow • April 03, 2014
Since Russia’s March takeover of Crimea, critics have accused Obama and other Western leaders of ineffectual policy. But the sanctions hit a bull’s-eye.
The Editors • March 29, 2014
Credit growth is on the rise in the U.S. and Japan but remains very sluggish by historical standards.
David Rothnie • March 24, 2014
The London-based head of equity capital markets advisory has capitalized on companies’ desire for advice independent of the banks underwriting their public offerings.
Jonathan Kandell • March 12, 2014
The Panama Canal expansion has hit a snag, but the economy hasn’t skipped a beat in this thriving regional business and banking hub.
Allen T. Cheng • March 07, 2014
As companies struggle to repay their debts, authorities are left wondering: Is a bubble about to burst?
Ashby Monk • March 05, 2014
As banks continue to deleverage, direct lending by Giants offers one of the best ways to fill the credit gap.
Aaron Timms • February 24, 2014
Now that certain kinds of derivatives must trade on swap execution facilities, the impact on swaps users and brokers remains unclear.
The Staff • February 21, 2014
Paul Allen wins the Super Bowl, Vladimir Potanin and Paul Singer go for gold, Bob Diamond takes a shine to Africa and more.
Jonathan Kandell • February 20, 2014
Institutions are thriving despite having to meet tough capital standards because of reforms adopted after previous crises. Nordea's Christian Clausen says risk management is key.
Craig Mellow • February 18, 2014
Credit Suisse’s co-head of investment banking for EMEA built her career by pioneering leveraged finance in Europe.
Maureen Nevin Duffy • February 18, 2014
For financial institutions, freeing cash meant to cover bad debts — so-called loan-loss reserve — may provide a false picture of health.
Sarfraz Thind • February 16, 2014
The Martin Scorsese film may provide an enjoyable glimpse but depicts a lifestyle all but vanquished by the financial crisis.
John Engen • February 13, 2014
TD Bank and Bank of Montreal have spent billions building up U.S. banking franchises but struggle to achieve the profit margins they earn at home.
David Turner • February 10, 2014
As regulations grow stronger, asset managers must weigh the potential benefits and drawbacks of letting third parties manage collateral for them.
Robert Stowe England • February 05, 2014
Strong capitalization, promising reforms and low penetration rates are poised to lead to Mexican banking sector growth.
Craig Mellow • February 03, 2014
Congressional squabbles over contributions to the International Monetary Fund have delayed its plan to give emerging markets a bigger voice.
Tom Buerkle • February 03, 2014
With its comprehensive assessment, central bank aims to restore confidence in banks and get them lending again.
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