Natixis buys Peter J Solomon boutique

Portrait of Peter J Solomon in his office with a carved wooden chief, sculptor unkown, from a factory in Oswego, NY, late 19th century.

French bank looks to tap into US M&A boom

‘Mrs Watanabe’ burnt by Japan Post Bank

New investors suffer as negative rates shatter business model

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Bridgewater is troubled over transparency

Dalio’s method of running his hedge fund seems weird, which reflects badly on dishonesty elsewhere

Lindsay Cook

Cut up your credit card

The wealthier you are, the more trouble you can get into

Ricci joins currency exchange as chairman

Former Barclays executive latest banker to turn to fintech

Carlyle starts $200m share buyback

US private equity group buys back its stock as asset sales slow

Credit Suisse chief says sell-off overdone

Thiam says Swiss bank’s balance sheet is strong

Crowdfunding and finance companies merge

Combined groups seek to target sophisticated private investors

UBS puts salaries on ice as bank shares fall

CFO describes trading conditions as ‘treacherous’

EU probes rigging of $1.5tn debt market

Government-sponsored bond issuance under scrutiny

UK property trusts suffer steep fall

Low oil prices and emerging market weakness curb investment

Swedbank ousts chief executive

Lender seeks new leader to take it ‘to the next level’

Risk parity strategy shows strain

Commodity slide coinciding with sluggish bond market hits model

Technology ‘unicorns’ stay shy of IPOs

Volatile market conditions add to deterrent effect

Japan: alternating currency

Weakness in dollar and strengthening yen spell trouble for banks

Bloomberg urges clarity on climate change

Companies must better explain to staff and investors how they are affected

Challenger banks stand out from the crowd

Small businesses seek alternatives to risk-averse incumbents

Financial innovation boosts funding

New investment vehicles and structures are changing the game for capital-hungry businesses

HSBC swings back to London in HQ debate

UK environment said to be far more stable than CEO feared last year

A reasonable deal to end Argentina’s saga

Holdout investors should accept the offer from Buenos Aires


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