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Stuart Ord

Numis reaping rewards of M&A approach

July 28, 2022

Numis’s advisory businesses, including M&A, are going strong, says M&A head Stuart Ord, and bear out its diversification strategy.

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HSBC rides the Middle East IPO wave

July 27, 2022

In contrast to the US and Europe, where IPO volumes have slumped, the Middle East is enjoying a bumper period, with HSBC playing a key role.

Edward Lau

New World Development Company builds ESG momentum

July 25, 2022

The real estate developer and manager has already utilised sustainable structures in one-fifth of its financing, and expects this share to grow.

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SEC’s ‘aggressive’ rule-making agenda sets it on collision course with industry

July 25, 2022

Directed by its ambitious chair, Gary Gensler, the SEC is pursuing an agenda which many in the industry believe is too much, too quickly, and it looks set to face legal challenges.

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True north, strong and green?

June 28, 2022

Finding a way to harness Canada’s vast resources that delivers both a prosperous and sustainable economy is key to its future, but can the reality live up to the ambition?

Richard King agenda

Adapting is key to staying ahead for BofA corporate banking

June 24, 2022

Whether it is responding to current market conditions, continuing to expand its capabilities or targeting high growth sectors, the bank’s EMEA corporate banking head believes it is in strong position.

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World’s first ‘rhino bond’ a ‘blueprint’ for conservation finance, says Credit Suisse

June 23, 2022

Credit Suisse was sole structurer on the Wildlife Conservation Bond, which will support black rhino conservation efforts. 

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Rebelle breaks the mould with ‘green’ IPO

June 20, 2022

The online fashion marketplace, which has circular economy principles at its heart, was the first listing to benefit from Nasdaq’s green designation.

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Big changes, but no big bang for UK capital markets

May 24, 2022

The Treasury’s recently announced changes following its wholesale capital markets review are significant, but not revolutionary — at least not for now.

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Citi transforms its healthcare and consumer offering

May 16, 2022

Chuck Adams, Citi’s global head of healthcare, consumer and retail investment banking, talks about the tectonic shifts taking place across the healthcare and consumer landscape, and how the bank is responding.

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