Carlo Messina Tries to Shield Intesa from Italian Bank Crisis
The CEO is cutting costs, focusing on fee-generating businesses and positioning the bank to take advantage of an upturn in growth and interest rates.
August 9, 2016
Deals of the Year 2014: Eurobank Ergasias Spearheads a Greek Banking Revival
Thanks to its landmark €2.9 billion rights issue, the once-troubled lender became the country’s first to return to private hands.
December 10, 2014
Mario Draghi, Moral Suasion and Euro Zone Banks
The ECB leader’s stress tests and determination to fight deflation makes euro area banks attractive.
December 2, 2014
Timothy Geithner Recalls Testing Times
In his recent book, the Former U.S. Treasury Secretary makes a case for dramatic government intervention during the financial crisis.
Robert Stowe England
June 23, 2014
Europe’s New Banking Supervisor Promises Transparency and Rigor
France’s Danièle Nouy believes ECB’s asset-quality review and stress tests can resolve concerns about banks’ health once and for all.
February 3, 2014
Irish Banks Fail Another Stress Test
The most recent round of stress tests on the Irish banking system have, predictably, found that the banks are not sufficiently covered should the worst happen (again). The solution? Yet another bailout.
Barry J Whyte
April 3, 2011
Jonathan Pruzan: Banker to the Banks
Morgan Stanley investment banker’s team playbook helped the firm surge to No. 2 in bank equity deals for the year.
July 7, 2009