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Friday, 27 April 2018

Christopher Spink' s stories

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  • Four Seasons Health Care

    Standoff at Four Seasons Health as interest payment looms

    Ticker | 08 December 2017

    Four Seasons Health Care is unable to pay a £26m interest payment due on December 15, which will force creditors led by H/2 Capital Partners to take control of the UK care homes operator unless a deal can be agreed over the next week, according to a person close to the situation.

  • MOVES-Peel Hunt hires Nicholson

    Ticker | 04 December 2017

    Peel Hunt has appointed Michael Nicholson as an associate director in the UK mid-cap broker’s corporate team. He joins from KPMG’s corporate finance and deal advisory division and has also recently completed a two-year secondment at the Takeover Panel.

  • SRB chair re-appointment questioned

    People & Markets | 01 December 2017

    The law firm acting for a group of junior bondholders in Banco Popular, who saw their instruments effectively wiped out in June when the Spanish lender was resolved, has criticised the likely reappointment of Elke Koenig as chair of the Single Resolution Board.

  • CS targets structured products

    People & Markets | 01 December 2017

    Credit Suisse wants to turn around its underperforming structured products business by selling more of its instruments to wealth management clients, as part of plans to improve profits in its global markets division.

  • SG's investment bank seeks margin improvements

    People & Markets | 01 December 2017

    Societe Generale wants to increase its investment banking revenues by 2.5% annually over the next three years while keeping its costs flat. If successful, that should see the division’s return on equity rise by 3.4 percentage points to 14%.

  • Fees top 2016 tally with a month to go

    People & Markets | 01 December 2017

    The fees brought in by investment banks in the first 11 months of the year, at US$93.6bn, have easily surpassed the US$85bn made in the whole of 2017, according to the latest data from Thomson Reuters.

  • A rock python is seen with a guinea pig

    DCM gets the MiFID II fear

    Top News | 01 December 2017

    Fears are growing that the traditional January rush of bond issuance won’t happen because borrowers are wary of coming to market when banks are uncertain about how to implement MiFID II.

  • Banco Popular headquarters

    SRB chair’s re-appointment questioned

    Ticker | 30 November 2017

    The law firm acting for a group of junior bondholders in Banco Popular, who saw their instruments effectively wiped out on June 7 when the Spanish lender was resolved, has criticised the likely reappointment of Elke Konig as chair of the Single Resolution Board.

  • Credit Suisse

    Credit Suisse targets structured products reboot

    Ticker | 30 November 2017

    Credit Suisse wants to turn around its underperforming structured products business by selling more of its instruments to wealth management clients, as part of plans to improve profits in its global markets division.

  • Portugese flag

    BlackRock, Pimco and others boycott BCP bond

    Ticker | 28 November 2017

    Two of the world’s biggest fixed income investors, BlackRock and Pimco, have decided to boycott an issue of Tier 2 bonds by Banco Comercial Portugues, which is due to price tomorrow, as a protest against the Portuguese authorities’ treatment of Novo Banco bondholders.