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Tuesday, 20 August 2019

Helene Durand' s stories

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  • Bankia

    Wolf in sheep's clothing: risks lurk in bank senior preferreds

    Ticker | 15 August 2019

    Banks are counting billions of senior preferred debt as part of their loss-absorbing stacks, a practice allowed by regulators but which threatens to blur lines in the case of a resolution.

  • HSBC appoints Guangdong co-CEOs in Pearl River Delta push

    HSBC's 'discos' jump after volte-face

    Top News | 09 August 2019

    Prices on some of HSBC’s legacy Tier 2 bonds jumped last week after the bank said it would change the securities’ regulatory treatment, reversing a decision it had made just over a year ago.

  • A man walks past a HSBC bank ATM in downtown Manama, Bahrain.

    HSBC's "discos" jump after bank's volte-face

    Ticker | 06 August 2019

    Prices on some of HSBC’s legacy Tier 2 bonds jumped on Monday after the bank said it would change the securities’ regulatory treatment, reversing a decision it had made just over a year ago.

  • UK FIs pressured by political noise

    Bonds | 02 August 2019

    UK financials’ spreads came under renewed pressure last week as the rhetoric around a potential no-deal Brexit escalated following Boris Johnson’s appointment as the country’s prime minister.

  • Barclays gets regulatory nod for AT1 calls

    Bonds | 02 August 2019

    Barclays met expectations last Thursday, saying it would call three Additional Tier 1 bonds at the earliest opportunity on September 15 even though that would hit its Common Equity Tier 1 ratio.

  • Barclays

    Barclays gets regulatory nod for AT1 calls

    Ticker | 01 August 2019

    Barclays plc met expectations on Thursday, saying it would call three Additional Tier 1 bonds at the earliest opportunity on September 15, even though that would hit its Common Equity Tier 1 ratio.

  • UK and EU flags

    UK FIs pressured as political noise loudens

    Ticker | 01 August 2019

    UK financials’ spreads have come under renewed pressure this week as the rhetoric around a potential no-deal Brexit escalates following Boris Johnson’s appointment as the country’s prime minister just over a week ago.

  • UK and EU flags

    UK FIs pressured as political noise loudens

    Ticker | 31 July 2019

    UK financials’ spreads have come under renewed pressure this week as the rhetoric around a potential no-deal Brexit escalates following Boris Johnson’s appointment as the country’s prime minister just over a week ago.

  • Credit Agricole

    MOVES-Domanico to head EMEA global markets at Credit Agricole

    Ticker | 31 July 2019

    Sebastien Domanico has been appointed head of global markets for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Credit Agricole, effective from August 1, according to sources familiar with the matter.

  • Deutsche Bank

    Credit investors cautious on Deutsche plan

    Top News | 12 July 2019

    Fixed-income investors cautiously welcomed Deutsche Bank’s ambitious restructuring plan, though its scale and timeline leave little room for manoeuvre and could impact the bank’s ability to pay coupons on its riskiest debt.

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