The Banker -

Latest articles from Danielle Myles

David Munro teaser

Standard Bank CIB chief takes on the universal model

August 1, 2016

The CEO of corporate and investment banking at Standard Bank Group talks to Danielle Myles about its transformation into an Africa-focused universal bank, the corporates pushing beyond the commodity rout, and why a savings culture is key to the future of banking in the continent. 

HKEX

Chinese A1 filings: a risky business

August 1, 2016

Acting as a sponsor for Chinese companies listing in Hong Kong has become a high-stakes game. Danielle Myles looks at the obstacles along the road, and how to get mainland listing applicants over the line.

Antoine Broquereau teaser

Yield-starved investors turn to structured products

July 1, 2016

Record low interest rates and quantitative easing is prompting bond buyers to seek alternative ways to gain credit exposure, with derivatives gaining traction as a good proxy. Danielle Myles explains why.

Brave new world for commodities teaser

A brave new world for commodities hedging

July 1, 2016

Oil prices are recovering, but for producers, consumers and even investors, some of their most difficult decisions are just beginning. Danielle Myles reports.

Pascale Moreau teaser

FX volatility spurs holistic hedging solutions

July 1, 2016

As correlations break down and hard currencies stumble, corporates have been forced to reassess their approach to foreign exchange risk. More favourable accounting treatment of options could help them achieve their longer term strategies. Danielle Myles explores why.

Top 1000 World Banks – Global capital assets ratio sees improvement

June 29, 2016

The global capital assets ratio average has improved on The Banker's 2015 ranking, with Bahrain's First Energy Bank leading the way.

Top 1000 World Banks – China and US stay ahead in highest movers list

June 29, 2016

As was the case in the 2015 ranking, China and the US are producing the fastest growing banks in the world, with the US's LegacyTexas Group leading the way in first, ahead of Taiwan's KGI Bank and China's Bank of Tangshan.

Top 1000 World Banks – US stays on top for trading and fee incomes

June 29, 2016

While US and Chinese banks continue to dominate the income tables, some of the more notable performances come from the UK (HSBC), Japan (Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group) and Russia (Sberbank).

Can the oil industrys creditors take the strain

Can the oil industry's creditors take the strain?

April 1, 2016

The commodities rout is claiming a growing number of victims. But are leveraged loans, and the banks that fuelled the US oil shale boom, among them? Danielle Myles investigates.

Top 1000 World Banks Regional Commentary & Analysis

Top 1000 World Banks 2020: the biggest and the best

Top 1000 World Banks ranking

Request a demonstration to The Banker Database

Join our community

Global Risk Regulator

The Banker on Twitter