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Morgan Stanley climbs DCM rankings

October 10, 2017
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The latest league tables reveals that the leading debt houses have tightened their stranglehold on the global bond market. Danielle Myles reports.

Goldman slides in investment banking rankings

October 3, 2017
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Wall Street firms still dominate the investment banking industry, but there has been a shake-up at the top. Danielle Myles investigates.

Greece inches toward recovery

October 2, 2017

Capitalisation is a bright spot in the Greek banking sector, but asset quality and liquidity leave much to be desired. Danielle Myles looks at the data.

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Top 100 Arab Banks: prosperity and a 'new normal'

October 2, 2017

Though 2017's Top 100 Arab Banks ranking shows a slowdown in profitability and growth, the Middle East is doing relatively well. While no longer stellar, the new normal of lower oil prices sees banks enjoying solid performances and improved cost-to-income ratios. James King reports.

IFCs display different shades of green

October 2, 2017

Many international finance centres are setting up or piloting sustainable finance bond programmes. But inconsistency in the way sustainability is measured makes it hard to assess just how green they really are. Silvia Pavoni reports.

Relocating Nordea will dwarf Finnish bank market

September 26, 2017
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Data collected by The Banker reveals how much of a heavyweight Nordea will be in its new home market. Danielle Myles reports.

Portuguese capital adequacy in need of a boost

September 19, 2017
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Portugal’s economy is on the up. Data collected by The Banker reveals that its banks’ capital cushions need to see a similar turnaround, reports Danielle Myles. 

Canada’s D-Sibs prepare for TLAC

September 6, 2017

Data collected by The Banker suggests Canada’s biggest banks will satisfy the latest round of capital requirements with ease.

Transatlantic trading income imbalance revealed

September 1, 2017

Data collected by The Banker affirms claims that North American markets businesses have an edge over their European peers. But as Danielle Myles explains, the margin is smaller than many perceive.

Brexit-bound London retains top slot in 2017 IFC rankings

September 1, 2017

London leads the world’s international financial centre rankings again, though second placed New York boast profits four times as large as the UK capital. Silvia Pavoni reports.

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