Latest articles from Anindita Ghosh

Bank profitability returning to pre-crisis levels

August 5, 2011

This year’s Top 1000 World Bank ranking shows that the banking sector’s profits are returning to pre-crisis levels, with Asia-Pacific leading the way. Click here to read more.

Indonesia is an important emerging market

Emerging markets still shine as the West stumbles

August 1, 2011

While investors remain focused on the ongoing sovereign debt crisis in Europe, emerging markets are going from strength to strength. The Banker asks a group of emerging market investment specialists about new sectoral trends and where the next wave of growth is coming from.

Average Tier 1 growth in 2010

July 29, 2011

The Top 1000 World Banks ranking shows Tier 1 levels increasing and highlights the growing strength of banks in Asia-Pacific. Click here to read more.

Exposed to Italy

July 19, 2011

The European Banking Authority stress test highlights banks' huge holdings of Italian debt. Click here to read more.

UK lending lags while loan write-offs rise

May 23, 2011

UK banks still face big loan write-offs. Click here to read more.

US banks' lending levels begin to recover

May 5, 2011

Fed data suggests that US banks' lending levels are back to pre-crisis levels. Click here to find out.

Who is the most exposed to Spain?

April 13, 2011

With some predicting that Spain might ultimately be forced to go to the EU for a bailout, which country has the biggest exposure to Spanish public or private sector debt?

Roundtable: Can the euro live to fight another day?

February 16, 2011

While the rest of the world recovers from the financial crisis, Europe’s sovereign debt crisis is still playing out and the euro is fighting for its survival. The Banker talks to senior economists from the region to find out what lessons have been learnt and what their expectations are for the future of the single currency

Regulation remains the biggest concern of cash management specialists

January 31, 2011

Regulation will remain at the forefront of transaction bankers' minds in the coming year, while the SEPA harmonisation in Europe will bring additional challenges. However, there is plenty of optimism about, particularly in emerging markets, a survey of senior professionals finds.

What the world's banks will be doing in 2011

January 6, 2011

The past few years have been as unpredictable as they have been torrid within the banking world. Those who have survived the crisis in good health - the heads of the banks that were winners in our Bank of the Year Awards - tell The Banker of their plans and expectations for 2011. Edited by Anindita Ghosh

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