Latest articles from Kathryn Tully

Stephen Cummings

October 2, 2006

Last year, Wachovia took a significant gamble with its heavy investment in equities and advisory. Now it is beginning to pay off, as its head of corporate and investment banking explains to Kathryn Tully.

False dawn for hybrid market

June 5, 2006

In January, underwriters and issuers were sure innovations in the US FIG hybrid market would prompt a flood of new issues in 2006. Five months on, that flood is a trickle after NAIC classification concerns significantly stalled the infant market, resulting in a stand-off. Kathryn Tully reports.
There are a lot of disgruntled bankers, issuers and investors in the US hybrid bond market right now.

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