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Onshore issuance by foreign companies is expected to rise
The technology can slash transaction times in the $4.6tn-a-year market
GE cuts dividend; BP, Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank also in the news
Until the bank’s P and L account gets help from the ECB it is hard to see where extra income will come from
French lender hit by worst performance in FICC since 2013 as investment banking income falls
Global network aims to lower risks associated with servicing smaller companies
Country’s finance minster set to unveil long-awaited economic plan
Lira’s tumble hits companies that borrowed in euros and dollars for years
To seasoned EM watchers, echoes of the Asian financial crisis are unnerving
Lenders from Spain, France and Italy viewed as vulnerable to weak lira
French bank boosted by revenues at international financial services division
BNP Paribas AM hires Jane Ambachtsheer as global head of sustainability
The continent’s lenders are looking at takeover deals to build scale and defend themselves against US rivals, but is the timing right?
Citi still bullish.
Top debt underwriters aim to improve pricing technology and maintain market influence
Executives complain they are forced to hold significantly higher buffer than US banks
Sixteen global financial companies are down more than 20 per cent from peaks
Frankfurt group Eurex is winning business in euro derivatives