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Jean Pierre Mustier, CEO, UniCredit Corporate and Investment Bank

Can joined-up thinking revive UniCredit?

August 1, 2011

UniCredit's new management team faces a sizeable task particularly as the eurozone crisis threatens to suck in Italy and the bank's shareprice is sliding. However, the new CEO of the corporate and investment bank, Jean Pierre Mustier, is confident that UniCredit can do it. 

Mark Aedy, head of EMEA, Moelis & Company

Moelis & Co: a boutique no longer?

June 30, 2011

It is becoming more difficult to call four-year old Moelis & Co a boutique firm. Times are good for independent investment banks, but can this run of good business continue?

Andres Esteves

BTG Pactual riding high on Brazil's economic strength

June 1, 2011

Armed with new capital, BTG Pactual has been busy deal-making this year under the direction of CEO Andre Esteves.

Adam Waterous

Scotia Capital’s oil and gas expertise boosts M&A business

May 4, 2011

Scotia Capital provides its oil and gas clients with in-depth geophysical expertise, something that vice-chairman Adam Waterous believes is just as important as advice on the structuring of mergers and acquisitions.

Sam Dean, co-head of ECM, Barclays Capital

BarCap's equity franchise begins to kick

February 18, 2011

Barclays Capital is most of the way through its audacious bid to transform its fixed-income prowess into an integrated investment banking offering. There are signs that the investment and effort are beginning to pay off in the equities business.

Luigi de Vecchi, co-head of the global investment banking department, Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse's Luigi de Vecchi on how the bank's model will deliver

January 28, 2011

Credit Suisse's client-focused model may be vulnerable when client activity is down, but the bank believes that it will deliver over the cycle and is the right one for the business environment being shaped by regulators and policy-makers.

Marco Mazzucchelli, deputy CEO of GBM and EMEA head of RBS

Marco Mazzucchelli on RBS's slow return to health

December 8, 2010

A poor showing in banking league tables, a third-quarter pre-tax loss of £1.4bn, the hangover of ABN Amro... To the uninitiated, it would seem that RBS is still in turmoil. However, as its global head of banking, deputy CEO of GBM and head of EMEA explains, a deeper analysis shows signs of recovery. Writer Geraldine Lambe

Alex snow

Evolution on fast track to growth

November 24, 2010

The Evolution Group has built a solid business based on a traditional focus on the client and judicious acquisitions of personnel and complementary firms, explains its CEO, Alex Snow.

Deutsche Bank's corporate finance business comes of age

July 28, 2010

Deutsche Bank's co-head of global client coverage and chairman of the corporate finance executive committee explains how the bank's performance during the crisis has opened new doors for it both in Europe and the crucial US market. Writer Geraldine Lambe

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BNP Paribas consolidates crisis gains

July 6, 2010

BNP Paribas has had a good crisis. Now, after a reorganisation at the top level of the investment bank, the challenge is to consolidate the gains it has made and expand its US and Asian presence, a task that its new global head of primary markets and origination and global head of distribution are relishing. Writer Geraldine Lambe

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