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Wednesday, 13 December 2017

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  • Green opinions

    Green opinions

    All Special Reports | 28 April 2016

    Is it a coincidence that the prospect of real competition in the provision of second opinions has seen the incumbents back an industry initiative to streamline the presentation their work?

  • Tom King

    Barclays set to skip replacing King as IB chief

    People & Markets | 22 April 2016

    Barclays is unlikely to formally replace Tom King as head of its investment bank, leaving chief executive Jes Staley in control of the business for the foreseeable future, people familiar with the matter said.

  • P&M: Barclays names May Yan head of FIG for Greater China

    Barclays set to skip replacing King as head of IB

    Ticker | 20 April 2016

    Barclays is unlikely to formally replace Tom King as head of its investment bank, leaving chief executive Jes Staley in control of the business for the foreseeable future, people familiar with the matter said.

  • Logo of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM)

    ESM says looking at options to ease Greece debt

    Ticker | 20 April 2016

    The European Stability Mechanism has acknowledged that it is considering ways to grant debt relief to Greece.

  • tidjane thiam credit suisse

    Hot seat gets hotter for Thiam

    Top News | 08 April 2016

    Credit Suisse boss Tidjane Thiam will be facing some awkward questions at this month’s AGM after the Swiss bank posted some US$1bn of losses on trading positions that he said had come as a “surprise”.

  • Lloyds Bank

    Lloyds cuts 8 staff in financial markets team

    Ticker | 05 April 2016

    Britain’s Lloyds Banking Group has cut staff in its credit sales and trading teams as it realigns its financial markets unit.

  • P&M: Senior banker Boath leaves Barclays

    Ticker | 29 March 2016

    Senior Barclays investment banker Richard Boath, who sued the bank in a dispute over pay and was one of the senior people investigated by Britain’s financial watchdog over a 2008 fundraising, has left the bank.

  • Credit Suisse headquarters

    Deutsche, Credit Suisse wield knife on jobs

    People & Markets | 26 February 2016

    Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank began making job cuts within their global markets divisi

  • Deutsche Bank headquarters in Frankfurt

    Doubts surround Deutsche’s US$5.4bn buyback

    Top News | 12 February 2016

    Deutsche Bank’s offer to buy back €3bn and US$2bn of senior unsecured debt certainly helped soothe the markets on Friday, but investors were less sure about the move’s long-term impact.

  • Deutsche Bank headquarters in Frankfurt

    DB confirms buyback, AT1s shrug off downgrade

    Capital City | 12 February 2016

    Deutsche Bank announced a tender to buy back €3bn of euro and US$2bn of dollar-denominated senior unsecured debt, some of it sold just weeks ago.