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Thursday, 14 December 2017

Gareth Gore' s stories

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  • JP Morgan edges out Goldman Sachs as highest 2015 fee earner

    People & Markets | 18 December 2015

    JP Morgan looks set to end the year as the bank that earned most from fees linked to bond and equity underwriting, corporate loans, and advisory work during 2015, according to provisional data from Thomson Reuters.

  • Simon Cooper

    Cooper picked to head CIB at StanChart

    People & Markets | 18 December 2015

    Standard Chartered has poached Simon Cooper from HSBC to run its corporate and institutional banking arm at a pivotal moment for the business as it embarks on overhauling its operations and boosting poor returns.

  • Exploring new frontiers

    Exploring new frontiers

    All Special Reports | 18 December 2015

    A plunge in commodity prices has left many energy exploration and production companies locked out of markets and struggling to refinance. Some are starting to get creative in an effort to ensure continued funding for their ongoing businesses.

  • Exploring new frontiers

    Exploring new frontiers

    All Special Reports | 18 December 2015

    A plunge in commodity prices has left many energy exploration and production companies locked out of markets and struggling to refinance. Some are starting to get creative in an effort to ensure continued funding for their ongoing businesses.

  • Global Investment Banking Revenues

    London bankers braced for falling bonuses

    People & Markets | 11 December 2015

    London-based bank bonuses are set to fall by up to 9.4% this year after a disappointing 12 months for investment banks, which have struggled to meet revenue targets during a year that has been marked by high volatility and lacklustre underwriting activity.

  • 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.

  • Jonathan Hill

    European Commission to overhaul prospectus regime

    People & Markets | 04 December 2015

    The European Commission plans to offer a new fast track for frequent issuers and simplify documentation for all companies selling new bonds or shares as part of an overhaul to the prospectus regime designed to boost investments across the trading bloc.

  • Fees

    JP Morgan leapfrogs Goldman as top fee earner this year

    People & Markets | 27 November 2015

    JP Morgan reclaimed the top spot during November as the highest earner of investment banking fees in the year to-date, replacing

  • Russia

    Sanctions fail to stem access to finance for Russian corporates

    Top News | 20 November 2015

    US and European sanctions are inadvertently providing a boost to the same Russian companies they are supposed to punish, with some in Russia boasting the restrictions have triggered a reworking of the local financial system that has made access to funding cheaper and easier.

  • Russia

    Sanctions fail to stem access to finance for Russian corporates

    Capital City | 20 November 2015

    US and European sanctions are inadvertently providing a boost to the same Russian companies they are supposed to punish, with some in Russia boasting the restrictions have triggered a reworking of the local financial system that has made access to funding cheaper and easier.