Latest articles from Danielle Myles

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Top five US banks report healthy profits while peers tighten belts

November 22, 2016

The events of 2016 have taken its toll on many lenders’ balance sheets, but not the US’s big five investment banks. Danielle Myles looks at their profits and revenue, as revealed by quarterly earnings reports.

The banks building the US

November 15, 2016
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US president-elect Donald Trump has pledged to fix the country’s infrastructure. Here are the banks with the best expertise.

China’s impaired loan provisions

November 8, 2016
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Banker data reveals how prepared China’s banks are for impaired loan losses.

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M&A co-head looks to keep BAML in adviser elite

November 1, 2016

The co-head of global M&A at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Adrian Mee, talks to Danielle Myles about China’s role in the growth of cross-regional deal-making, and why Brexit has complicated, rather than halted, UK investment decisions.

Spanish loan books show bank fortunes are improving

November 1, 2016

Spain has endured a sovereign debt crisis, property crash and sector-wide restructure. Danielle Myles looks at the impact on its biggest banks’ loan portfolios.

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Banks still have bond market role as e-platforms evolve

November 1, 2016

Data and technology are pushing the boundaries of primary and secondary market infrastructure. Danielle Myles examines how banks have found ways to remain valuable to their clients.

Revealed: the banks behind Holland’s rise

November 1, 2016
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According to The Banker’s rankings, Amsterdam has become continental Europe’s leading financial centre. These are the banks that have witnessed its rise.

Mexico banks ready for change

October 18, 2016
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Citi’s Mexico-based bank has received a major investment boost and been rebranded. Data collected by The Banker reveals its major competitors, as Danielle Myles reports.

Nedbank tops African bond tables

October 11, 2016
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Johannesburg-based Nedbank has doubled its share of Sub-Saharan Africa’s debt capital market. 

The banks behind LSE’s new derivatives venue

October 4, 2016
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CurveGlobal has the backing of trading heavyweights from the UK, US and France.

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