Philip Wright - Associate Editor Fixed Income/Emerging Markets Philip Wright is an associate editor at IFR in charge of the fixed-income sector, across investment-grade, high-yield and emerging markets. He joined IFR in July 2000, having previously been on the banking side in a number of trading positions in the floating-rate note market, the most notable of which were five years at Girozentrale Vienna and four at Sakura Finance. He also has experience of portfolio management and broking in a City career that began in 1982.
‘A special deal’ - Not many bond issues enjoy such iconic status as to warrant a party to mark their redemption. But that is exactly what happened when the “Canada Nines” matured in February 1996 after a 10-year lifespan that had seen it become easily the most liquid Eurobond.
IFR Fixed Income Editor Philip Wright recalls the Eurobond that started it all… half a century ago.
Barclays has reshuffled its debt capital markets business in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region to create a management structure which aligns its core businesses without having to hire staff externally.
- P&M: Barclays revamps EMEA DCM platform
- Update: Vereker replaces Soanes at UBS
- ABN surprises with T2 calls
- As Aberdeen prices, Swiss Re takes to the road
- Venturing abroad
- IFR Bond House: Deutsche Bank
- Bond House