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Thursday, 18 July 2019

Alex Chambers' s stories

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  • Santander

    MOVES-Conor Hennebry leaves Deutsche for Santander DCM role

    Ticker | 17 October 2018

    Santander has hired Conor Hennebry to head its European debt capital markets business, according to sources, the latest in a string of hires by the Spanish lender.

  • BoE

    Will investors learn to love Sonia?

    Top News | 12 October 2018

    The sale of £3bn of Sonia-linked sterling paper since the summer suggests a rapid move to a post-Libor fixed-income market, but these instruments’ poor secondary liquidity highlights the chasm between the regulatory-inspired zeal to move towards new benchmarks and the lack of the necessary market infrastructure.

  • MOVES-Greve leaves ING capital markets role

    Ticker | 28 September 2018

    Leo-Hendrik Greve, ING Group’s head of global capital markets, has left the bank, according to two sources.

  • Deutsche's capital czar Whitman departs

    People & Markets | 21 September 2018

    Chris Whitman, head of the financial resource management (FIRM) unit at Deutsche Bank, is leaving, according to market sources, the latest senior manager to head for the exit after Christian Sewing became chief executive in April.

  • A Deutsche Bank sign is seen outside of a corporate building in Shanghai's financial district.

    MOVES-Deutsche's capital czar Whitman departs

    Ticker | 21 September 2018

    Chris Whitman, head of the financial resource management (FIRM) unit at Deutsche Bank, is leaving, according to market sources, the latest senior manager to head for the exit after Christian Sewing became chief executive in April.

  • Eyes turn to Rallye lenders after Casino shares plummet

    Bonds | 07 September 2018

    Rallye’s ability to access credit lines ahead of looming debt maturities came sharply into focus after further share price falls in Casino, in which it holds the largest stake and would act as collateral.

  • Legislation

    Clifden's Fairhold raid fails in High Court

    Top News | 17 August 2018

    Activist investor Clifden’s attempt to raid Fairhold Securitisation suffered a comprehensive defeat in the High Court after its purported appointment of administrators was declared void and injunctions granted to prevent it or its director, Rizwan Hussain, from taking any further similar action without a court order and 72 hours’ notice.

  • KfW branch

    KFW sates central bank liquidity with €1bn two-year tap

    Ticker | 14 August 2018

    KFW’s addition to its 0.125% June 2020 euro note was a straightforward affair.

  • World Bank further tests SOFR demand

    World Bank further tests SOFR demand

    Ticker | 14 August 2018

    World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development - IBRD), has secured a substantial, if highly concentrated, order book for its novel two-year floating-rate note, according to market sources.

  • Newly appointed Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte leads his first cabinet meeting at Chigi palace, June 1 2018

    BTPs see-saw as Italy revives eurozone fears

    Top News | 01 June 2018

    The prospect of fresh Italian elections reawakened existential fears over the eurozone’s future last week and sent global markets reeling.