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  1. May 9, 2013

    Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley resign as brokers to ENRC

    Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley have resigned as brokers to Eurasian Natural Resources Corp, adding to the woes of the FTSE...

  2. January 13, 2013

    Dutch banks demand commission-free ranges

    Dutch banks are putting pressure on asset managers to review their fund ranges in light of a self-imposed ban on inducements...

  1. December 29, 2012

    Sants’ gong – parade’s end

    Honour, remarked Cicero, is the reward of virtue. When accorded in the commercial sphere, it should also reflect a job well...

  2. December 17, 2012

    Boskalis raises offer for Dockwise

    Dutch marine services group Boskalis raised its bid for heavy-lift transport company Dockwise to €18 a share, in a move...

  3. December 17, 2012

    KPN hit after €1.35bn bandwidth buy

    Shares in KPN fell 15 per cent on Monday after it emerged on Friday that the Dutch telecoms group paid €1.35bn for bandwidth...

  4. December 13, 2012

    Deutsche Bank set for restructuring hit

    Deutsche Bank said fourth-quarter profits would be hit by a string of one-off charges as it tried to draw a line under some...

  5. November 29, 2012

    Obituary: Meinertzhagen, gentleman broker

    Not many are lavish in their praise of senior bankers these days but the death of Peter Richard Meinertzhagen at the age of...

  6. November 27, 2012

    Tide turning in favour of equities

    Investors poured hundreds of millions of pounds into equity funds last month, making stocks the leading asset class for the...

  7. November 22, 2012

    Imtech shares recover as analysts clash

    Shares in Imtech, the Dutch technical services company, jumped 6 per cent on Thursday, nearly making up for heavy losses...

  8. November 15, 2012

    Bank of England: the case for more QE

    The Bank of England’s latest quarterly inflation report painted a gloomy picture of the UK’s economic prospects, warning...

  9. November 15, 2012

    Eurozone slides back into recession

    The eurozone fell back into recession for the first time in three years as the deepening sovereign debt crisis in peripheral...

  10. November 6, 2012

    Robusta coffee falls to nine-month low

    Robusta coffee fell to a nine-month low as expectations of a bumper harvest in Vietnam prompted widespread selling. The...

  11. November 6, 2012

    S&P faces class action lawsuit over CPDOs

    Standard & Poor’s faces the prospect of further legal action in the Australian courts over the rating of risky structured...

  12. November 5, 2012

    Holding the rating agencies to account

    While derided for their slipshod and conflict-riddled work during the financial boom, credit rating agencies have generally...

  13. November 5, 2012

    S&P misled investors, court finds

    Standard & Poor’s misled investors by awarding its highest rating to a complex derivative product that collapsed in value...

  14. October 19, 2012

    MPs in call for powers to block bank mergers

    The new financial regulator should be given explicit powers to block big bank mergers to avoid a repeat of Royal Bank of...

  15. October 3, 2012

    Santander acts to end ‘valores’ dispute

    Santander will on Thursday attempt to draw a line under a retail investment product that has turned into a damaging public...

  16. September 24, 2012

    TNT Express chief executive steps down

    The chief executive of Dutch express delivery company TNT Express, Marie-Christine Lombard, is to leave the group as...

  17. September 19, 2012

    Deloitte advisory firm hires director

    Deloitte Corporate Finance, an advisory firm, is expanding its forensic and dispute services practice in the Middle East...

  18. September 6, 2012

    Bourses in Spain and Italy rally

    Banking stocks rebounded to notch their biggest one-day gains since the start of the year as investors gave European Central...

  19. September 4, 2012

    Why Sony did not invent the iPod

    A decade ago Apple launched the iPod with the slogan “1,000 songs in your pocket”. The claim encapsulated seamless...

  20. August 14, 2012

    Germany’s growth gives Xetra Dax a lift

    Forecast-beating results from Merck made the German drugmaker the best performing stock in Europe. The share price moved 2.7...

  21. August 14, 2012

    Eurozone edges back towards recession

    The eurozone edged closer towards its second recession in three years after a resilient economic performance from Germany...

  22. July 13, 2012

    Thank heavens for a few silver linings

    Do you remember what you were doing exactly five years ago? Being rained on, probably. Plus ça change. Et après ça, le...

  23. July 5, 2012

    Central banks take action to boost growth

    Central banks in the eurozone, UK and China have sought to counter a renewed economic slowdown by cutting interest rates and...

  24. July 2, 2012

    The buck stops both at chairs and chiefs

    Two elements of Marcus Agius’s statement of resignation as Barclays chairman strike me as strange. One is his reference to...

  25. June 18, 2012

    TCI pushes for £10bn Lloyds ‘coco’ conversion

    The Children’s Investment Fund, the activist hedge fund manager, has called on regulators to force Lloyds Banking Group to...

  26. May 29, 2012

    Kleinwort parent pressured to spin off assets

    The parent company of Kleinwort Benson, one of the oldest names in British banking, is facing pressure from activist...

  27. May 28, 2012

    Bankia investors may lose investment

    “Luis is an engineer, his passion is to build things,” began a television advert used by Bankia to sell shares in its stock...

  28. May 10, 2012

    Retailers boost Capgemini in the UK

    Capgemini, Europe’s largest IT services company, reported a 9.2 per cent increase in revenues for the first three months of...

  29. April 13, 2012

    Spending on M&A often wasteful

    Mergers and acquisitions were at one time synonymous with value destruction. The graveyard of failed empire building is...

  30. April 11, 2012

    People on the move

    Deutsche Bank’s Mena non-exec chairman retires Henry Azzam, a Middle East banking veteran, has stepped down as Deutsche...

  31. March 22, 2012

    Orcel needs to prove his worth at UBS

    Andrea Orcel was never going to go quietly. Sure enough, after 20 years with Merrill Lynch – more recently reinvented as...

  32. March 22, 2012

    UBS hires dealmaker Orcel in BofA raid

    UBS has hired one of the Europe’s most high-profile dealmakers to co-head its investment bank in a move aimed at boosting...

  33. March 21, 2012

    Fresh eyes needed

    There has been some anxiety among MPs and policy makers at the news that Hector Sants is quitting as head of Britain’s City...

  34. March 16, 2012

    Sants gets wish and heads for FSA’s door

    It is second time lucky for Hector Sants. On Friday he quit as chief executive of the Financial Services Authority. But this...

  35. March 9, 2012

    Private banks get tough on mortgages

    Private banks are now insisting that clients transfer cash or assets to them before they grant a low-cost mortgage – having...

  36. March 9, 2012

    ABN Amro hit by more Greek impairments

    Dutch bank ABN Amro lost €121m in the fourth quarter due to a second round of impairments on Greek government-guaranteed...

  37. March 8, 2012

    ABN Amro collapse gives rise to drama

    ABN Amro, a bank once so dominant in the Netherlands that it referred to itself simply as De Bank, remains a ward of the...

  38. March 8, 2012

    Santander could face more mis-selling cases

    Banco Santander could face a cascade of legal cases for allegedly mis-selling €7bn of retail savings products in Spain used...

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