Latest articles from Marie Kemplay

Can the securities industry deliver T+1 in T-minus 15 months?

March 28, 2023

The US SEC has set May 2024 as the implementation date for shortening the standard settlement cycle for US securities transactions, a challenging deadline for the industry to hit. 

Still much to negotiate after Europe agrees Basel III position

February 20, 2023

The European Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee has agreed its position on the remaining aspects of EU implementation of Basel III. It is an important step forward, but there are plenty of issues left to iron out before a final text is agreed. 

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A new voluntary carbon market for Africa

January 17, 2023

Marie Kemplay speaks to Joseph Nganga, vice-president for Africa at the Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet, about the ambitious new Africa Carbon Markets Initiative.

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Goldman Sachs’s cross-markets group going strong three years on

January 4, 2023

The bank has overcome initial scepticism about its commitment to the mid-market says CMG head, David Friedland, emphasising that it remains a key focus area for the firm.

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Cover story: Building up the voluntary carbon markets

January 3, 2023

Marie Kemplay explores significant developments underway within the voluntary carbon markets.

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Standard Chartered sees bright spots for emerging markets capital flows

December 22, 2022

Although economic challenges remain, Standard Chartered’s head of global credit markets is optimistic there will be several positive drivers for capital markets activity in 2023.


A new playbook for private equity dealmaking?

November 24, 2022

With market conditions tightening, how is private equity evolving its approach to stay in the game?

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Is momentum building or diminishing on bank decarbonisation?

November 22, 2022

As the Net-Zero Banking Alliance continues to expand, lenders are caught between the urgency of the climate crisis, accusations of greenwashing, and the practical — as well as political — challenges of setting decarbonisation targets.

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Bank of America becoming a go-to bank for ESG financing and advisory

November 18, 2022

The bank’s head of ESG advisory and financing solutions explains why he expects no let-up in client demand for support in navigating the increasingly complex ESG landscape.

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