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Monday, 24 September 2018

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  • 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.

  • JP Morgan promotes Hillery, Baygual in EMEA rejig

    People & Markets | 25 May 2018

    JP Morgan has promoted bankers Conor Hillery and Guillermo Baygual to give them wider responsibility for corporate companies and financial firms across Europe, Middle East and Africa.

  • JP Morgan

    MOVES-JP Morgan promotes Hillery, Baygual in EMEA rejig

    Ticker | 22 May 2018

    JP Morgan has promoted bankers Conor Hillery and Guillermo Baygual, giving them wider responsibility for corporate companies and financial firms across Europe, Middle East and Africa.

  • Lloyds' head of markets Garvey steps down

    People & Markets | 04 May 2018

    James Garvey, head of markets for commercial banking at Lloyds Banking Group, will retire from the bank on July 2 after nine years at the UK lender.

  • Lloyds Banking Group head office

    MOVES-Garvey retires from Lloyds

    Ticker | 01 May 2018

    James Garvey, head of markets for commercial banking at Lloyds Banking Group, will retire from the bank on July 2 after nine years at the UK lender.

  • Norway

    Norway planning inaugural syndicated krone bond

    Ticker | 13 March 2018

    The Kingdom of Norway, rated Aaa/AAA/AAA by Moody’s/S&P/Fitch (all stable), has mandated Danske Bank, DNB Markets, Nordea and SEB to arrange a series of fixed income investor meetings in Europe, Asia and the US commencing on Tuesday, April 3.

  • Bank of Montreal logo

    MOVES-Bamford joins BMO as head of syndicate

    Ticker | 06 March 2018

    Mark Bamford has joined Bank of Montreal as head of syndicate in the firm’s capital markets business, based in New York.

  • MOVES-Zirps leaves RBS capital markets

    Ticker | 25 January 2018

    Richard Zirps, who was head of FIG capital markets for Germany, Austria and Switzerland at NatWest Markets, is leaving the bank, according to market participants.

  • Barclays cuts IB jobs, revamps treasury

    People & Markets | 19 January 2018

    Barclays is cutting about 100 jobs in its investment bank and has merged responsibility for running treasury with its investor relations as it makes another attempt to streamline operations and improve returns, people familiar with the matter said.

  • Barclays bank logo

    Barclays plans significant cuts to its investment bank

    Top News | 05 January 2018

    Barclays is planning to make wide and deep cuts to staffing in its investment banking division in the coming weeks, according to several sources.

  • Agarwal takes debt chairman role at Credit Suisse

    People & Markets | 05 January 2018

    Credit Suisse has made Sandeep Agarwal chairman of debt capital markets solutions for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, as part of a series of changes made by the new co-heads of its investment banking capital markets business in the region.

  • EMEA Structured Finance House: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    EMEA Structured Finance House: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    All Special Reports | 15 December 2017

    Bank of America Merrill Lynch moved to the top of the European securitisation market in 2017 by selling the broadest array of structured finance deals, while pioneering innovative structures. It is IFR’s EMEA Structured Finance House of the Year.

  • EMEA Structured Finance Issue: Premium Credit's £300m Series 2017-1

    All Special Reports | 15 December 2017

    Premium Credit was a refreshing newcomer to the European securitised credit market, offering investors a granular, quality consumer risk portfolio – best of all it was truly a new asset class.

  • Graduation ceremony

    UK revives student loan sale as fiscal hole deepens

    Top News | 03 November 2017

    The UK government will press ahead with the sale of a £3.7bn pool of student loans by the end of the year despite an ongoing review of university funding that could saddle it with a hefty compensation bill for investors that buy into the deal.

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