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Monday, 11 December 2017

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    UBS recovery boosted by equity upswing

    People & Markets | 31 July 2015

    UBS has posted the best first half to the year since 2011 at its investment bank, with a surge in equity trading and strong advisory fees in the second quarter building on solid momentum in the first three months of the year.

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    Bumper trading and origination boost Deutsche

    People & Markets | 31 July 2015

    Deutsche Bank showed signs of recovery at its investment bank in the three months to the end of June, with an upswing in trading and bumper origination fees propelling the much-shrunken business to its best second quarter in four years.

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    Fees jump in busy July but Goldman and JP Morgan lose share

    People & Markets | 31 July 2015

    July was the busiest month so far this year for investment banking fees, with the industry earning US$9.42bn from bond issues, equity deals, loans and M&A advisory, according to Thomson Reuters figures.

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    Poor delivery catches up with Jenkins

    Top News | 10 July 2015

    Antony Jenkins’ inability to meet most of the six targets he set for himself just two years ago has finally caught up with the Barclays chief executive, with the board ousting him less than three years into the job.

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    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.

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    Greek deal won't save its banks

    Top News | 26 June 2015

    An eleventh-hour deal between Greece and its creditors to unlock desperately needed funds for the government and narrowly avoid default will not end the acute liquidity and solvency crisis being faced by the country’s banks.

  • Fees

    Goldman Sachs holds on to top spot as Morgan Stanley gains

    People & Markets | 26 June 2015

    Goldman Sachs, the biggest investment banking fee earner globally in the year to date, saw its lead over rivals shrink again during June, with its share of the pot falling to 7.4% from 7.6% at the end of May.

  • Greek

    Greek deal won't save its banks

    Capital City | 26 June 2015

    An eleventh-hour deal between Greece and its creditors to unlock desperately needed funds for the government and narrowly avoid default will not end the acute liquidity and solvency crisis being faced by the country’s banks.

  • European Central Bank (ECB) headquarters

    Banks maintain demand for cheap TLTRO funds

    People & Markets | 19 June 2015

    European banks continued to snap up ultra-cheap funding under the European Central Bank’s flagship targeted longer-term refinancing operation in June, in an illustration that the programme is gaining further traction after a slow start last year.

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    Jain's departure marks end of an era

    Top News | 12 June 2015

    Deutsche Bank’s corporate banking and securities operation has been plunged into uncertainty after the shock resignation of the bank’s co-chief executives just weeks after unveiling plans that put the struggling business at the heart of the firm’s strategy.