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Libor: can the benchmark stay afloat?

August 1, 2018

Regulators have called time on Libor, the world’s most-cited reference rate. But its demise is not a sure thing. Danielle Myles assesses Libor’s chances of survival, and looks at what could take its place.

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RBI’s head of markets hails CEE growth

August 1, 2018

Raiffeisen Bank International's head of markets and investment banking, Lukasz Januszewski, speaks to Danielle Myles about CEE growth, its future in Russia and his rapid rise through the company’s ranks.

Europe’s shrinking asset base

July 24, 2018
Europe deleveraging 2018

Foreign exchange swings have masked regional lenders’ success in shrinking their balance sheets.

Asia’s profit leaders revealed

July 20, 2018

China’s economic prowess is beyond question, but other Asian countries are performing just as well, if not better. Danielle Myles reports.  

Europe’s profit turnaround

July 17, 2018
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Some of the region's biggest banks posted among 2017's biggest recoveries    

India’s profit woes

July 10, 2018
India profit reversal

After sliding over the two years prior, global pre-tax profits jumped 15.6% to reach $1112bn in 2017. 

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Commerzbank’s head of corporate finance puts his faith in Schuldschein

July 4, 2018

Commerzbank’s head of corporate finance, Roman Schmidt, speaks to Danielle Myles about the bank’s new approach to coverage, blockchain’s investment banking potential and the Schuldschein market’s ability to reinvent itself.

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Where next for sustainable structured products?

July 2, 2018

Demand for investments – including structured products – linked to environmental, social and governance criteria is one of finance’s virtuous cycles. But, as Danielle Myles reports, a more sophisticated market comes with more challenges.

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Interest rates enter a new regime

July 2, 2018

Since 10-year treasuries broke through the 3% barrier earlier in 2018, there has been disagreement over how interest rates will move next. Danielle Myles analyses what the yield curve signals for investors and corporates, and how they can protect their portfolios and balance sheets.

Peripheral Europe’s road to recovery

July 2, 2018
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Dogged by non-performing loans and the lingering effects of the eurozone crisis, Italy, Greece and Portugal have long-been Europe’s underperformers. But in the 2018 rankings their fortunes improved, resolutely led by their biggest banks.

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