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  1. February 20, 2012

    A stall to set out

    Late last year, Carlyle’s three co-founders sent contacts a short seasonal video starring themselves. In it, David...

  2. February 2, 2012

    China’s capital flight looks ready for take-off

    A casual visitor to Macao might be struck by the number of expensive watch shops along the streets of the former Portuguese...

  1. January 24, 2012

    Excellent end to the year of the rabbit

    From Mr George Horsington. Sir, Henny Sender (On Wall Street, January 21) should note that it is actually the year of the...

  2. January 19, 2012

    US finance: An enduring squall

    Wherever he goes, Brian Moynihan cannot escape the question. Investors, analysts and industry rivals all want to know...

  3. November 18, 2011

    Lunch with the FT: Henry Kravis and George Roberts

    Henry Kravis and his cousin George Roberts won’t go out to lunch with me. The co-founders of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, the...

  4. October 18, 2011

    Rote learning is no answer to a search for heroes

    There are few American heroes in Asia these days. Steve Jobs was the great exception, widely admired precisely because he is...

  5. October 13, 2011

    India misses boat on securing foreign capital

    Two years ago, when the world was in love with emerging markets, India could have attracted much of the capital it...

  6. September 15, 2011

    Europe should not count too much on Chinese cash

    Last week, the Chinese government sent a delegation to Europe led by Lou Jiwei, the chairman of China’s sovereign wealth...

  7. September 8, 2011

    Profiles: the post-crisis investment banking leaders

    As part of the Future of Banking series, FT reporters profile leading figures in the post-crisis investment banking...

  8. August 1, 2011

    Asia still HSBC’s jobs-growth powerhouse

    While Europe and particularly the US are the object of asset sales and reduced headcount at HSBC, faster-growing regions,...

  9. July 29, 2011

    Hong Kong taps Alder for securities regulator

    Hong Kong’s securities regulator is tapping Ashley Alder, head of the Hong Kong office of London-based law firm Herbert...

  10. June 28, 2011

    China’s old bad banks run new risks

    Years ago, when Industrial & Commercial Bank of China was getting ready to list, it went through its own spring cleaning of...

  11. April 22, 2011

    US winds down asset buying plan at tricky time

    In Koriyama, a city in Japan’s Fukushima prefecture 56 kilometres from the damaged nuclear power plant, a corrugated box...

  12. April 5, 2011

    Scraps from the feast: competing in the China fees pool

    Less to go around: in China, the number of banks competing for a role in dealmaking grows ever larger Goldman Sachs, the...

  13. April 5, 2011

    Private equity: spanning the culture gap

    Bridging the divide: the 26.4-mile Qingdao Haiwan Bridge in eastern China, opened this year. Private equity firms can help...

  14. March 17, 2011

    China’s inflation will alter face of its economy

    The recent National Peoples’ Congress in Beijing made it clear that price stability, rather than growth, had become the top...

  15. February 17, 2011

    China’s passion for property lacks the bubble factor

    Chinese people welcomed in the Year of the Rabbit this year visiting family, playing mahjong, betting on the horses (among...

  16. October 9, 2010

    Keen banker chats would surprise

    From Mr Charles Scanlan. Sir, In praise of HSBC’s new boss Stuart Gulliver, Patrick Jenkins and Henny Sender recount that...

  17. October 2, 2010

    Surprising if bankers found any ‘all-comers’ keen to chat

    From Mr Charles Scanlan. Sir, In praise of HSBC’s new boss Stuart Gulliver, Patrick Jenkins and Henny Sender recount that...

  18. July 2, 2010

    Fiscal plans offer little long-term consolation

    Global and US markets are going through a severe case of withdrawal from the adrenaline of fiscal spending, a case that...

  19. June 9, 2010

    Minority see need for compromise

    While private-equity officials seek to resist higher taxes on their industry, some of the sector's top executives...

  20. May 14, 2010

    Buy-out groups eye CW Financial

    Bidding is heating up for CW Financial Services, with buy-out groups and industry leaders circling one of the biggest...

  21. February 19, 2010

    Unlikely alliance saves car parts company

    When Dana, an Ohio car parts company, emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2008, the most influential investor,...

  22. February 1, 2010

    No definitive formula to solve wicked problems

    From Ms Lucy Stapleton. Sir, Responding to Henny Sender, Francesco Guerrera and Gillian Tett’s excellent article “The...

  23. January 23, 2010

    Private equity groups unsure of changes

    Private equity executives have been left scratching their heads over what the proposed reforms means for them, write Martin...

  24. December 4, 2009

    Reckless banks still to pay

    Among the most interesting developments in the wake of the credit meltdown are a few recent judicial rulings that come as...

  25. November 20, 2009

    KKR reports $356m income

    Improving value at its portfolio companies helped KKR report economic net income of $356m for the third quarter, compared...

  26. November 19, 2009

    Simon Property eyes GGP bid

    Simon Property, a mall owner and property investment trust, has hired advisers to explore a possible bid for rival General...

  27. November 6, 2009

    Greenlight Capital founder calls for CDS ban

    When one of the world’s most renowned hedge fund investors turns 180 degrees on a key financial instrument that has been...

  28. October 23, 2009

    Transcript: View from the Top with Tom Barrack of Colony Capital

    Henny Sender, international financial correspondent, interviewed Tom Barrack, chief executive and chairman of Colony Capital...

  29. October 14, 2009

    State funds cast their nets

    Last month, China Investment Corp, the Chinese sovereign wealth fund, took a $1bn minority state in Hong Kong-based Noble...

  30. October 3, 2009

    Blackstone to buy theme parks

    Blackstone is expected to buy 10 theme parks from Anheuser-Busch InBev in a $3bn deal that is probably to be struck on...

  31. September 25, 2009

    On Wall St: Sentiment remains fragile

    Until the last day or two, Wall Street was producing lots of cheerful charts with the lines pointing happily skywards. The...

  32. September 18, 2009

    Colony to buy real estate debt

    Tom Barrack, founder of Colony Capital, is raising about $500m to invest in real estate debt, another indication of how...

  33. August 31, 2009

    Monnet, we need you more than ever

    From Prof Ira Sohn. Sir, The recent spate of regulatory reforms – planned or implemented – by the US, the UK, France and...

  34. August 26, 2009

    Regulatory protectionism won’t stop shocks

    The financial markets crisis has led to many proposals for reform in an effort to prevent future calamities and increase...

  35. August 13, 2009

    Amaranth pays to settle case

    Amaranth, the hedge fund that collapsed as a result of energy bets that went awry almost three years ago, is to pay $7.5m...

  36. August 2, 2009

    Wall Street benefits from Fed and Treasury

    On a steamy July morning in New York recently, the US Federal Reserve, in accordance with announced plans, began purchasing...

  37. July 9, 2009

    The storms that hit Meriwether’s fund

    John Meriwether’s decision to shutter his flagship Relative Value Opportunity II hedge fund, even as many other groups with...

  38. July 3, 2009

    On Wall Street: Banks no longer so lucrative

    The planned merger of two Japanese banks is the latest unhappy chapter in the 10-year saga of foreign private equity...

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