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UBS makes it third time lucky for ISS

UBS makes it third time lucky for ISS

With renewed appetite for European IPOs, UBS's business service team has a busy pipeline of deals. It started the year well, with a mandate from ISS, which has a history of aborted sales, but which UBS secured a solid buyer base for.

New team helps RBS to keep up the conversation with clients

New team helps RBS to keep up the conversation with clients

Sanjeev Kumar leads a corporate advisory team at RBS designed to maintain the ability to provide large corporates with strategic advice after the bank’s exit from mergers and acquisitions and equity capital markets. He tells The Banker why talk is valuable.

Credit Agricole hones debt house role

Crédit Agricole hones debt house role

The corporate and investment banking arm of France’s Crédit Agricole has been through several rounds of strategic repositioning and its chief executive says its final shape is now in sight.

Morgan Stanley helps Swedes make a smooth exit

Morgan Stanley helps Swedes make a smooth exit

Morgan Stanley has won repeat business from issuers for a number of European accelerated bookbuild transactions, which require the most careful pricing and timing to complete successfully.

From left to right: Dominic Lester, Tom Muoio and Tariq Hussain

Jefferies technology experts make a match

The days of competitive auctions are long gone, and Jefferies needed in-depth company knowledge and the ability to arrange a financing package to help bring CVC Capital Partners and online payments firm Skrill together.

How Credit Suisse helped breathe new life into Thomas Cook

How Credit Suisse helped breathe new life into Thomas Cook

Credit Suisse oversaw a combined rights issue, share placement, bond issue and loan renegotiation to rebuild client Thomas Cook from a near-default experience.

Shinsei Bank leads Japan's return to profit

Shinsei Bank in Japan is back in the black thanks largely to its newly appointed president, Shigeki Toma, who has shifted the institution away from non-core sectors, and towards emerging industries and a new customer base at home and abroad.

Rosbank merge

Rosbank set to take its place among Russia's heavyweights

The consolidation of Société Générale's Russian subsidiaries will create a universal bank with firepower, its chief executive Vladimir Golubkov explains to Brian Caplen.

VTB bank

VTB closes gap on Russia's number one spot

In the space of a few months, Russia’s second largest bank has engineered ground-breaking bond issues, a kick-start to the government’s privatisation programme, and two acquisitions.

Akbank's solid foundations

Akbank chairwoman Suzan Sabanci Dinçer discusses Akbank's plans to consolidate a strong position in its home market while exploiting its relationship with Citi to push forward overseas expansion

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