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  • NatWest designs new investment bank layout

    NatWest designs new investment bank layout

    NatWest Markets has restructured its divisions and given them new leadership. It is also moving some UK corporate-focused bankers over to the ring-fenced bank.

  • Investment bank whistleblowing cases shoot up in 2020

    Investment bank whistleblowing cases shoot up in 2020

    As investment bankers got used to working from home in the first half of the year, many more whistleblowing cases were opened by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority. Meanwhile, challenges around monitoring staff and forging a bank’s internal culture have not gone away just because the workforce is outside of the office.

  • Deutsche makes huge strides in euro IG corps

    Deutsche makes huge strides in euro IG corps

    Deutsche Bank has had an impressive run in the European investment grade corporate bond market this year, leaping from sixth to second year-to-date. GlobalCapital spoke to Frazer Ross, Deutsche’s head of investment grade syndicate for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, to find out the reasons behind its success.

  • Citi makes decent fist of covered trading

    Citi makes decent fist of covered trading

    Citi has taken market share from other banks in the past year to become one of only four that account for 60% of all secondary market covered bond volume traded on Bloomberg so far this year, thanks to a combination of devoting balance sheet to trading and having the appetite to take risk.

  • Pandemic means market can handle IPO wave

    European equity capital markets are gearing up for a wave of autumn IPOs and are worrying that they will struggle for investor attention. But one of the few good things to have emerged from the coronavirus pandemic — the use of technology to accelerate deal calendars — should alleviate fears of congestion.

  

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