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Monday, 11 December 2017

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  • CIT Debt Reduction Plan May Not Be Enough

    Buyouts - Deals | 19 October 2009

    CIT Group hopes to fix its balance sheet and turn itself around, but its plan may not save the company even if it can be executed.

  • Morgan Stanley on a roll

    People & Markets | 23 July 2011

    Morgan Stanley is back. The investment bank posted second-quarter earnings that beat expectations and for the first time in years beat its chief rival Goldman Sachs in fixed income trading.

  • Argentina Brady bond deal in doubt

    People & Markets | 23 July 2011

    The US Second Circuit Court allowed bondholders to effectively block Argentina’s attempt to restructure its remaining 2023 Brady bonds.

  • P&M: UBS poaches Stewart from BofA for global equities

    Ticker | 29 July 2011

    UBS has tapped veteran Bank of America Merrill Lynch banker Michael Stewart to serve as co-head of its global equities business with Francois Gouws, according to an internal memo seen by IFR.

  • UBS poaches Stewart for global equities

    People & Markets | 30 July 2011

    UBS has tapped veteran Bank of America Merrill Lynch banker Michael Stewart to serve as co-head of its global equities business with Francois Gouws, according to an internal memo seen by IFR.

  • Stifel to buy Stone & Youngberg, may still eye Morgan Keegan

    People & Markets | 30 July 2011

    Stifel Financial agreed to buy Stone & Youngberg for an undisclosed sum, expanding its reach in municipal bond underwriting into western markets in California and Arizona. Before the Stone & Youngberg acquisition was announced on Monday, Stifel was rumoured to be pursuing a deal to buy Morgan Keegan.

  • Evercore snaps at Lazard's heels

    People & Markets | 30 July 2011

    Boutique investment banks Lazard and Evercore Partners went head-to-head last week, reporting solid results that each missed expectations by one cent a share but showed the firms’ growing influence in M&A advisory.

  • City's debt not safe yet

    Top News | 05 August 2011

    The State of Rhode Island allowed the tiny city of Central Falls to seek protection under Chapter 9 of the US bankruptcy code last week, but not before enacting a law that would protect its bondholders from being forced to make wrenching concessions.

  • Independents gear up amid downturn

    People & Markets | 06 August 2011

    Independent investment banks are expecting a strong end to the year – even amid on-going market turbulence – with revenues in the second half bolstered by a pipeline of deals that many say has never been more robust.

  • 'Too big to fail' lives on 

    People & Markets | 12 August 2011

    US banks that enjoy a ratings boost from their so-called “too big to fail” status will keep that bump, according to Standard & Poor’s.

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