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Teresa Heitsenrether

JPMorgan prime brokerage head prepares for the year of leverage

JPMorgan’s global head of prime brokerage says the bank is ready for tighter regulation of balance sheet usage.

John Moore

An established team helps Morgan Stanley hunt for new opportunities

John Moore, the head of Morgan Stanley’s Americas equity capital markets business, explains why identifying innovators is a key part of the job

Christophe Mianné

SocGen plots new course for investment bank growth

Closer coordination with private banking and the integration of its brokerage are part of the strategy for a leaner, more focused Société Générale, its deputy head of corporate and investment banking tells Philip Alexander.

Miles Millard

Deutsche debt specialist helps join the dots

Miles Millard’s latest appointment is a sign of Deutsche Bank taking another step on its journey toward a unified client coverage structure.

Alexis de Rosnay

Building a global mid-market challenger

The acquisition of UK brokerage Collins Stewart Hawkpoint by Canada's Canaccord Genuity gave Alexis de Rosnay the chance to fulfil his ambition of building a business, as the group aims to become a global mid-market investment bank.

Sophie Javary

BNP Paribas turning balance sheet into fees

After almost two decades’ experience in a pure advisory bank, Sophie Javary is now looking to strengthen the corporate finance business of BNP Paribas, one of Europe’s largest lenders.

James Cowles

Smith Barney veteran steering Citi’s new start in Europe

James Cowles is driving Citi's refreshed network of coverage bankers and better-integrated trade and treasury services offering in the largest revenue-generating region for the bank's reorganised institutional client group.

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.

Gael de Boissard

Credit Suisse chief earns time to stop and think

Early moves to reduce leverage and cut non-core businesses at Credit Suisse have allowed its investment bank co-head to think carefully about the future of the market, and how to adapt to it.

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