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Tuesday, 18 December 2018

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  • Former Barclays banker Wieseneck joins boutique

    People & Markets | 30 October 2015

    Larry Wieseneck, former capital markets chief at Barclays, has joined Roundtable Investment Partners – a US financial boutique focused on a wealthy family client base – as chief operating officer and head of merchant banking.

  • John Cryan

    Fan, Faissola, Krause out at Deutsche

    People & Markets | 23 October 2015

    John Cryan has made clear his desire to fundamentally overhaul Deutsche Bank’s struggling investment bank, ousting the three board members most closely associated with the division and carving the immense fiefdom in two.

  • Credit Suisse headquarters

    Credit Suisse quits as primary dealer for European government bonds

    Capital City | 23 October 2015

    (Reuters/IFR) - Credit Suisse said on Thursday it would give up its role as a primary dealer in all European government bond markets to help meet tougher Swiss financial regulations outlined a day earlier.

  • Cryan

    Deutsche Bank rethinks the model - CMTS carved up

    Capital City | 19 October 2015

    Dozens of senior Deutsche Bank bankers could be left scrambling for their jobs after a new organisational overhaul. Deutsche’s new co-chief executive, John Cryan, is moving to split the investment bank into two units, and therefore eliminating the cross-business roles designed to remove divisional silos. 

  • RBS

    P&M: Bartlett, Bamber, Capp leave as RBS reshuffles

    Capital City | 23 September 2015

    Richard Bartlett, Eric Capp and Nicholas Bamber are leaving Royal Bank of Scotland as part of a reshuffle of the bank’s wholesale business, according to several sources.

  • Boath sues employer Barclays over pay deal

    People & Markets | 18 September 2015

    A senior Barclays investment banker, who sources say is one of four people being investigated by Britain’s financial watchdog over a 2008 fundraising involving Middle East investors, is suing the bank in a dispute about pay.

  • ​Relationships still key to trading corporate bonds

    People & Markets | 24 July 2015

    Are investors finally responding to reduced liquidity in the corporate bond market by modifying how they execute transactions on electronic platforms?

  • The logo of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)

    ​FCA targets syndication and reciprocity

    People & Markets | 26 June 2015

    The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has hit the industry with a request for thousands of details relating to recent bond and equity deals as part of an investigation into how banks make up underwriting syndicates as well as how they advise on mergers and acquisitions.

  • The logo of the new Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is seen at the agency's headquarters in the Canary Wharf business district of London

    FIG: UK watchdog’s data request shocks banks

    Capital City | 22 June 2015

    The UK Financial Conduct Authority has stunned banks with a sweeping draft request for data on thousands of bond and equity deals going back over the past five years.

  • DB

    Jain's departure marks end of an era

    Top News | 12 June 2015

    Deutsche Bank’s corporate banking and securities operation has been plunged into uncertainty after the shock resignation of the bank’s co-chief executives just weeks after unveiling plans that put the struggling business at the heart of the firm’s strategy.