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Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Gareth Gore' s stories

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  • JP Morgan

    ​US banks leave European rivals behind

    Top News | 01 May 2015

    It is now seven years since the onset of the financial crisis tore the global investment banking industry asunder. But on either side of the Atlantic, the degree to which firms have got back on their feet and adjusted to the new world stands in stark contrast.

  • Tikehau

    A new model

    Loans | 21 July 2012

    A new alternative lending model has been created for small- and medium-sized corporates in Europe, with banks and fund managers joining forces to tap into each others’ resources, helping fill a gap created by the retrenchment of banks keen to preserve capital and shrink their balance sheets.

  • Alistair Darling to join Morgan Stanley board

    People & Markets | 11 December 2015

    Morgan Stanley has hired former UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling to its board of directors.

  • All change

    All change

    All Special Reports | 12 December 2014

    Investment banks have had to tear up decades-old strategies and rethink their purpose since the financial crisis. Their leaders tell IFR about the shape they are in now, what they think will happen next, and what the industry will look like after all the upheaval.

  • Yann Gerardin

    All change at BNP Paribas

    People & Markets | 26 September 2014

    BNP Paribas has promoted its global head of equities and commodity derivatives Yann Gerardin to head the corporate and investment bank, after Alain Papiasse relinquished day-to-day control to focus on group-level activities – including implementing sweeping changes to its North American fran

  • Zar Amrolia

    Amrolia departs Deutsche for algo company

    People & Markets | 04 September 2015

    Zar Amrolia, the former co-head of fixed income and currencies at Deutsche Bank who stepped aside last November to take on a new technology development role, is to leave the bank at the end of September.

  • Zar Amrolia

    Amrolia steps aside as Deutsche FIC co-head

    People & Markets | 07 November 2014

    Deutsche Bank has made a second major change to the leadership of its flagship fixed income and currencies trading business in just nine months, with Zar Amrolia stepping aside as co-head of the unit to take on a new technology development role.

  • Deutsche Bank logo with Jain

    Anshu Jain and the building of a flow monster

    Top News | 03 July 2015

    Last Tuesday was Anshu Jain’s last day as co-CEO of Deutsche Bank. It was almost 20 years to the day since the then 32-year-old banker left his managing director role at Wall Street behemoth Merrill Lynch to join the German bank, widely regarded back then as a sleepy European lender focused primarily on the German Mittelstand.

  • Saudi Aramco

    Aramco IPO creates headache for bankers

    Top News | 10 June 2016

    An initial public offering of Aramco may still be at least two years away, but bankers have already begun work solving the many challenges to pulling off the deal, which at a mooted US$100bn (for 5% of the company) will be four times bigger than anything they have ever listed before.

  • Canary Wharf financial district

    AT1 collapse adds to pressure on banks

    Top News | 12 February 2016

    European banks are facing the humiliating prospect of a fresh round of equity issuance and asset cuts after a collapse in the Additional Tier 1 bond market left the industry’s capital plans in tatters.

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