Friday, 21 September 2018

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  • Deutsche Bank logo with Jain

    Wrong call: the bet that cost Anshu Jain his job

    Capital City | 10 June 2015

    Anshu Jain underestimated the bite of new banking regulations installed after the financial crisis, and the misjudgment ended up costing him his job.

  • The U.S. Federal Reserve building is seen in Washington

    Worried central banks cut cost of dollars

    Top News | 02 December 2011

    Central banks moved last Wednesday to avert a global liquidity crisis, announcing plans to halve the cost of swapping local currencies into dollars, in the hope that the move might ease bank funding strains and reduce friction in financial markets.

  • Cyprus queue

    Withdrawals to test bank safety nets

    Top News | 22 March 2013

    European banks face a nervous few weeks, with analysts predicting that customers across the region will react to the week-long closure of Cypriot banks and a potential bailing-in of normal depositors by pulling cash out of their accounts.

  • Week Ahead: UniCredit, Nigeria, Greece

    People & Markets | 03 February 2017

    This time it’s different UniCredit, which has spent the last decade in intensive care, launches its long-awaited €13bn rights issue today with the bank in critical condition. After a multi-billion-euro writedown at the end of last year, the Italian lender’s capital levels are now below the regulatory minimum. I

  • Kinder Morgan Tank Farm

    US oil investors sitting on US$60bn of losses

    Top News | 22 January 2016

    Equity investors who have helped finance a doubling of US oil and gas production over the past few years are sitting on losses of around US$60bn, according to an IFR analysis, as plunging commodity prices destroy the economics underpinning much of the nascent industry.

  • Financial Industry Regulatory Authority sign

    US loosens quiet-period rules on research

    People & Markets | 04 September 2015

    The US Financial Industry Regulatory Authority plans to loosen restrictions that prohibit underwriting and deal-managing banks from publishing equity research on companies around the time of IPOs and secondary offerings.

  • The logo of Swiss bank Credit Suisse is seen in front of a branch office in Zurich

    Update: Credit Suisse to cut deeper in fixed income

    Capital City | 16 April 2014

    (Updates to add details of October restructuring in the rates business and good performance of securitised products.)

  • Jean Pierre Mustier

    UniCredit's near perfect rights result

    Top News | 24 February 2017

    UniCredit has achieved overwhelming market support for its €13bn capital raise – the biggest from a bank since the depths of the crisis – with 99.8% of rights being taken up during the subscription period, an impressive result for the struggling Italian bank.

  • UniCredit

    UniCredit's €16bn NPL deal nears finish

    Top News | 21 July 2017

    UniCredit hopes to shift bad loans with a face value of €16.2bn off its books before the end of the month after signing an agreement with US funds Pimco and Fortress. The funds have committed to buy just over half of the portfolio for around €1bn.

  • A man looks at a Unicredit logo

    UniCredit: this time it's different

    Top News | 03 February 2017

    Jean Pierre Mustier wanted out. The Frenchman had been recruited three years earlier by UniCredit chief executiv

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