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Thursday, 19 October 2017

Christian Murray' s stories

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

    JP Morgan posts record DCM fees

    People & Markets | 18 January 2013

    JP Morgan reported strong earnings for the fourth quarter, buoyed by record debt underwriting fees approaching US$1bn, as well as a boost from corporate lending and treasury services.

  • US underwriters expect mixed 2013

    People & Markets | 12 January 2013

    Debt capital markets bankers are uncertain whether they will be able to pull out another bumper year like they did last year, when fees jumped 25% over 2011.

  • Jes Staley

    Staley resigns from JP Morgan

    People & Markets | 11 January 2013

    James “Jes” Staley has resigned from his position as chairman of JP Morgan’s corporate and investment bank, in a move that came as little surprise to many in the industry after the former investment bank chief was seemingly sidelined in a company overhaul last July.

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

    Banking fees weakest since 2009

    People & Markets | 05 January 2013

    With the exception of DCM underwriters, most investment bankers are likely to be glad that 2012 was over.

  • Solid Q4 for Jefferies

    People & Markets | 04 January 2013

    Powered by strong fixed income trading results and debt underwriting fees, Jefferies reported strong fourth-quarter profits when it released its earnings late in December.

  • Too little to loan

    Too little to loan

    All Special Reports | 14 December 2012

    New capital and liquidity requirements under Basel III are likely to have all kinds of consequences – including a slowdown in lending across the spectrum. Banks must find new ways of drumming up capital and cleaning up their balance sheets.

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

    JP Morgan overhauls in corporate push

    People & Markets | 14 December 2012

    JP Morgan has made a number of changes to senior management at its corporate and investment bank. The bank created a new level of management that it hopes will help increase its corporate banking presence outside the US and boost overall revenues.

  • Too little to loan

    All Special Reports | 14 December 2012

    New capital and liquidity requirements under Basel III are likely to have all kinds of consequences – including a slowdown in lending across the spectrum. Banks must find new ways of drumming up capital and cleaning up their balance sheets.

  • Mixed quarter for US banks, FDIC reports

    People & Markets | 07 December 2012

    Driven by lower loan-loss provisions, US banks continue to rack up better quarterly income figures.

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

    JP Morgan makes key changes

    People & Markets | 07 December 2012

    JP Morgan, which combined its corporate and investment banking divisions in July, has promoted a number of senior level employees as part of its plan to merge the two businesses, according to an internal memo obtained by IFR.