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  • P&M: Nomura adds to European FIG DCM with Barclays hire

    Ticker | 22 July 2011

    Nomura has hired Claire Bussiere from Barclays Capital to work in its financial institutions group debt capital markets (DCM) business.

  • BofA Merrill reshuffles DCM

    People & Markets | 23 July 2011

    Bank of America Merrill Lynch has reshuffled its EMEA debt capital markets corporate business. Mike Turnbull, who previously ran EMEA corporate DCM has been appointed as head of EMEA infrastructure capital markets.

  • Esposito to head Goldman Sachs EMEA Financing Group

    People & Markets | 23 July 2011

    Goldman Sachs is moving Jim Esposito to London from New York to run the bank’s European financing group. Esposito will replace Francois-Xavier de Mallmann who is moving to the new job of head of investment banking services for EMEA.

  • SSA WRAP: Investors seek safety in UK Gilts, while US concerns linger

    Ticker | 27 July 2011

    A tap of a UK’s £3.5bn 0.75% March 2034 Gilt linker attracted in excess of £5bn of demand on Tuesday as investors sought safety away from the Eurozone and US debt crises.

  • Treasuries remain key in Europe and Asia

    Top News | 30 July 2011

    Bonds Lack of alternatives underpins sector in spite of nervousness

  • The crunch is back

    Bonds | 06 August 2011

    European DCM volumes collapse

  • ECB President Jean-Claude Trichet at newsconference in Frankfurt

    ECB buys, but can sovereigns return?

    Top News | 12 August 2011

    Yields on Italian and Spanish government bonds have fallen since the European Central Bank began to buy them, but long-term market access for these sovereigns at affordable levels is still in doubt and their investor bases may have shrunk permanently.

  • Canada leads the way on hybrids

    People & Markets | 19 August 2011

    Further clarity has emerged as to what regulators will require from banks to make capital instruments compliant under Basel III, after Canada released its rules on non-viability contingent capital. While the release provided clues on how regulators will define non-viability, the implications for Europe are not obvious, while current market conditions would make any issuance extremely difficult, if not impossible.

  • Banks face US$340bn state-backed bond refi hole

    Ticker | 24 August 2011

    Banks will struggle to refinance the upcoming mountain of government-guaranteed debt that is due to mature in the next two years unless the primary market fully thaws in the coming weeks, according to bankers and investors. Banks had planned to aggressively use the autumn period to get ahead of large refinancing requirements in 2012. Thomson Reuters data show that the US$230bn equivalent of European bank government-guaranteed debt will mature in 2012 and US banks will have more than US$122bn maturing.

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    Banks face US$350bn state-backed refi hole

    Top News | 26 August 2011

    Banks will struggle to refinance the forthcoming mountain of government-guaranteed debt that is due to mature in the next two years unless the primary market fully thaws in the coming weeks, according to bankers and investors.

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