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Deals of the Year 2016

Deals of the Year 2016 – Middle East

May 3, 2016

The Deals of the Year 2016 winners from the Middle East.

Deals of the Year 2016

Deals of the Year 2016 – Africa

May 3, 2016

Just as the global markets show signs of a meaningful post-crisis recovery, major global events set things back again. But against a backdrop of tensions in Russia, a slowdown in China, the Syrian refugee crisis in Europe and the oil price hitting a historic low, a number of companies and banks have managed to churn out stellar deals. The Banker recognises them in 2016’s Deals of the Year awards.

Deals of the Year 2016

Deals of the Year 2016 – Americas

May 3, 2016

The Deals of the Year 2016 winners from the Americas.

Deals of the Year 2016

Deals of the Year 2016 – Asia-Pacific

May 3, 2016

The Deals of the Year 2016 winners from Asia-Pacific.

Deals of the Year 2016

Deals of the Year 2016 – Europe

May 3, 2016

The Deals of the Year 2016 winners from Europe.

Asean development provides stark lesson for EU

April 1, 2016

The launch of the Asean Economic Community on January 1 represented the next stage of the economic grouping's integration, and stands in stark contrast to the EU's progress.

How much capital is enough?

April 1, 2016

Regulators are increasingly mistrustful of banks using internal models to calculate their capital requirements, but the alternatives are not trouble-free.

Whether the UK is in or out, the EU must face up to its problems

March 1, 2016

While the EU must address the immediate threat of a Brexit, issues more fundamental to its existence remain unresolved.

Don't expect regulators to solve volatile markets

January 25, 2016

Regulatory constraints on bank balance sheets may result in reduced market liquidity, but regulators are willing to pay that price to build more resilient financial institutions.

Chinese regulators and foreign investors need to meet in the middle

January 25, 2016

Worries over China's economy would abate if market authorities communicated better and avoided overzealous interventions. And, for their part, investors should keep their cool when faced with less-than-stellar growth figures.

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