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Thursday, 24 January 2019

Gareth Gore' s stories

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  • Canary Wharf financial district

    Tax bill set to soar for UK banks

    People & Markets | 11 September 2015

    UK government efforts to ease the pain of the post-crisis bank levy look set to backfire, with analysts predicting that the industry could be saddled with much higher tax levels over the next five years and beyond.

  • Philip Drury

    Drury picked to fill Lavelle's shoes at Citigroup

    People & Markets | 11 September 2015

    Citigroup has picked an equity capital markets banker for its top capital markets role in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, with Philip Drury filling the void left by Michael Lavelle, who was promoted to UK and Ireland chief back in July.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Goldman Sachs solidifies lead as top 2015 fee earner

    People & Markets | 28 August 2015

    Goldman Sachs solidified its lead as the highest fee earner among global investment banks so far this year during August, winning the beauty parade to gain mandates for a number of bumper deals.

  • Deutsche Bank headquarters in Frankfurt

    Deutsche sets up new fixed income committee

    People & Markets | 21 August 2015

    Deutsche Bank has created a new executive committee to run its flagship fixed income and currencies business following the departure of Rich Herman, who announced his decision to leave the firm in May after only six months as sole head.

  • Logo of the Institute for International Finance

    IIF and GFMA warn on market illiquidity

    People & Markets | 14 August 2015

    Two of the industry’s biggest lobby groups have warned that regulators may need to revisit some of the regulatory changes brought in since the crisis in order to tackle market illiquidity that could bring about deep financial shocks.

  • HSBC bank logo

    China stock surge lifts HSBC earnings

    People & Markets | 07 August 2015

    Chinese stock market volatility and new stock trading links between Hong Kong and the mainland created a boon for HSBC in the second quarter, with equity revenues almost trebling from a year earlier and bosses bullish on the outlook.

  • Financing and advisory recovery

    SG gains ground in financing push

    People & Markets | 07 August 2015

    Societe Generale has continued to see rewards from a push to grow its financing and advisory business, with quarterly revenues surging to their highest in five years in the second quarter after a series of big mandates.

  • PM Feature chart 2094

    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.