Latest articles from Danielle Myles

The lenders powering Peru

March 7, 2017
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Peru benefits from a stable but highly concentrated banking sector. Data collected by The Banker reveals the major players.

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UniCredit CIB’s co-heads find one and one make three

March 1, 2017

UniCredit Corporate & Investment Banking’s co-chiefs talk to Danielle Myles about the bank’s new strategic plan, leveraging the bank’s vast corporate client base, and how the division stands to benefit from Brexit. 

Demystifying the new layer of debt

March 1, 2017

The latest round of EU reforms has made bank capital structures even more convoluted. Danielle Myles unravels the new style of debt instruments that are set to grow into a €200bn-plus market.

Saudi banks vie for role in Aramco float

February 28, 2017
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Local banks are expected to win work on Saudi Aramco’s IPO. Banker data reveals the leading contenders.

The banks fuelling Poland’s growth

February 17, 2017
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Data collected by The Banker reveals the lenders supporting Poland’s rise to be the financial powerhouse of central and eastern Europe. Danielle Myles reports.

India tackles NPL and capital targets

February 14, 2017
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India’s lenders have started the process of reclassifying impaired assets. Danielle Myles looks at their progress and at those tackling the biggest capital shortfalls. 

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The great bonds-to-equity rotation: myth or reality?

February 1, 2017

Debate is raging about whether fund flows out of bonds and into equities signals a fundamental shift in capital markets. ECM and DCM chiefs at the biggest investment banks say there is no direct trade-off between the two asset classes, but they do expect dealflow to change. 

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Arma Partners founder reaps rewards of good timing

February 1, 2017

Arma Partners’ founder Paul-Noël Guély tells Danielle Myles how the success of his tech-focused boutique reflects the new wave of firms offering high-quality specialist and impartial advice.

Ireland’s biggest banks

January 31, 2017
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Dublin is emerging as a favoured location for banks looking to maintain single market access post-Brexit. Data collected by The Banker reveals the homegrown lenders they would join.

Concern grows for Canada’s housing market

January 24, 2017
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Though the country fared relatively well during the global financial slump, some fear Canada is now facing a homegrown mortgage crisis. Danielle Myles analyses the country's exposure to the housing market.

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