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Credit Suisse Battles $160 Million Fraud Trial

This credit-crisis legacy issue sits among the raft of allegations of fraud and other misconduct surrounding Credit Suisse’s descent into cultural failure, which UBS management claims it will now be rooting out.

Economics, Policy & Regulation

Companies Face Tougher Standards

Silicon Valley Bank and other recently collapsed banks all received clean bills of health from outside auditors raising the question of whether accounting standards themselves need to be reformed.

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

SPAC Wind-Downs Release Billions

Billions of dollars are due to flow back to hedge funds and other investors over the course of 2023 as the SPAC craze dies down.

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Subway Sale Tests LBO Market

A Subway sale would be the biggest restaurant M&A deal since Inspire Brands bought Dunkin’ for $11.3 billion in 2020.

Executive Interviews

Storm Clouds Looming: Q&A With Nouriel Roubini

Nouriel Roubini, who predicted the 2008 financial crisis, has a new book, Megathreats: The Ten Trends that Imperil Our Future, and How to Survive Them. He shares his thoughts on stagflation, the climate crisis and how the corporate sector is responding.

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

M&A: Shopping The Globe

Deal-making is off this year as a global recession looms, but the surging dollar offers a rare opportunity for US firms to seize overseas bargains.

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Credit Suisse Shores Up Cash

Credit Suisse’s share price has been halved since the start of the year amida series of high-profile scandals.