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Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

DRs: DR Capital Raising Falls Sharply

CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: GLOBAL EQUITY / DRS By Gordon Platt Investor caution and market-specific issues, such as the presidential election in Russia, put a damper on equity capital raised in the form of depositary receipts in the first quarter ...

Editor's Letter

Editor’s Letter: Declining Consensus

For the past couple of years much international economic debate has focused on issues of growth and austerity, while regulatory debate has focused on Basel III and systemic risks...

Economics, Policy & Regulation

Global Salon: Instability And Finance

INSTABILITY AND FINANCE By Paula Green Global Finance sat down with noted author and international economist James K. Galbraith to hear his views on political instability, its relation to income inequality, and what the implications are for the ...

News

No Joy For Rajoy

NEWSMAKERS: SPAIN By Anita Hawser Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy is probably glad he is not running for office at present. Tough task to sort out Spanish banks Photo Credit : MATTHI/ Shutterstock.com Having swept to power in elections ...

News

The Fate Of Europe In The Balance

NEWSMAKERS: FRANCE By Luca Ventura French president-elect François Hollande is a flag-bearer for adding growth incentives to a European fiscal agreement, rather than just doling out austerity measures. Hollande elated at defeating Sarkozy Photo Credit : SKPHOTOGRAPHY / Shutterstock.com ...

Award Winners

THE WINNERS’ CIRCLE

Global FinanceannouncesThe Winners’ CircleA ranking of the Top Winners of our Annual Awards over the magazine’s 25-year history NEW YORK, June...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

DRs: Equity Markets Stuck In Doldrums

CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: GLOBAL EQUITY / DRS By Gordon Platt The global equity capital markets got off to a relatively slow start in 2012, with a decline of 26% in activity in the first quarter from the same period ...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

FX: Dollar Favored Over Euro, Yen

CORPORATE FINANCING NEWS: FOREIGN EXCHANGE ByGordon Platt The dollar rose sharply last month after the Federal Open Market Committees meeting...

Capital Raising & Corporate Finance

Special Report: Renminbi Trading

A DIM SUM BANQUET By Arthur Clennam The offshore renminbi market has been growing rapidly, but its character is changing. Were it a new model car, the market for offshore renminbi trading might be dubbed the “Inexorable”—but ...

Award Winners

World’s Best Banks 2012: Europe

By Thomas Clouse, Jonathan Gregson, Antonio Guerrero & Gordon Platt EUROPE Europe’s banks are being pulled in two directions. Governments want them to lend more, especially to small- and medium-size enterprises, while European and national regulators require them to strengthen their ...

Award Winners

Best Investment Banks 2012: Country Awards

By Michael Shari COUNTRY AWARDS - NORTH AMERICA CANADA BMO Capital Markets Thanks to its strength in mining and energy, BMO Capital Markets commanded a 20.1% share of Canada’s M&A market last year. That was more than any other bank, comprising ...

Award Winners

Awards: Best Investment Banks 2012

ANNUAL SURVEY AND AWARDS— REDEFINING SUCCESS By Michael Shari Global investment banks and strong local banks make the list in our annual awards. For an investment bank, success has long been defined as staying true to one’s ...
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