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  • The entrance to JP Morgan Chase's international headquarters on Park Avenue is seen in New York

    DERIVATIVES: JPM report unveils VaR errors

    04 January 2000 Updated: 16 January 2013 By Helen Bartholomew

    A series of operational errors in the Value-at-Risk model used to calculate potential losses at JPMorgan’s Chief Investment Office helped to mask losses stemming from the infamous US$100bn credit bet, according to a report of the Management Task Force, published today alongside the bank’s fourth quarter results.

  • Two deals pull through amid jitters

    04 January 2000 Updated: 26 February 2013

    Just two deals made it through the primary bond market in Europe on Tuesday, amid jitters over the result of the Italian election that could leave the country in political paralysis.

  • P&M: StanChart's Anton to relocate to Hong Kong

    04 January 2000 Updated: 11 March 2013

    Nigel Anton, global head of shipping finance at Standard Chartered Bank, is to relocate from London to Hong Kong in early April, according to a bank spokesperson.

  • P&M: Mizuho loses primary debt markets head

    04 January 2000 Updated: 13 March 2013

    Melanie Czarra will leave Mizuho International where she heads primary debt markets, the Japanese bank confirmed on Wednesday.

  • P&M: DB fills out energy banking with new hire

    04 January 2000 Updated: 01 May 2013

    Deutsche Bank has hired Young Kim from UBS as a managing director within equity capital markets to oversee energy and power. The appointment continues a build out of the bank’s energy and power practice, following a series of new hires within the past year.

  • Covered/SSA

    04 November 2009

    Covered bonds are taking centre stage in the European capital markets, with two deals priced and a plethora of new trades mandated.

  • EEMEA Bond Wrap

    12 April 2010 Updated: 13 April 2010

    EEMEA benchmarks are around 5bp tighter across the board as investors take considerable encouragement from the EU’s €30bn Greek bailout proposals. One trader said UBS’s strong quarterly results have been a further supportive factors as it represents “a sign of positive things to come for the financial sector”.

  • Europe FIG Wrap

    12 April 2010 Updated: 13 April 2010

    Spanish issuers are active in the senior market today, with deals being marketed by BBVA and Santander. BBVA, rated Aa2/AA/AA-, is expected to launch its five-year transaction, being led by BBVA, Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs, later today. Barclays Capital, HSBC, Natixis and Santander have the mandate for Santander’s (rated Aa2/AA/AA) two-year floater. The deal is being marketed in the area of 55bp over three-month E

  • Corporate Bond Wrap

    12 April 2010 Updated: 13 April 2010

    There is no fresh corporate supply to report in the primary market today. However, the pipeline remains fairly robust in what is anticipated to be a busy period of issuance in the coming weeks, as companies look to secure funding ahead of their Q1 earnings and the blackout period that precedes it.

  • US HY Bond Wrap

    13 April 2010

    Cablevision Systems has launched a US$1bn two-part issue via JP Morgan, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, RBS and UBS. The deal, which is scheduled to price today, is expected to be split between eight-year and 10-year tranches, with sizes to be determined.

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