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  • BoE floats ‘temporary changes’ to capital buffers

    BoE floats ‘temporary changes’ to capital buffers

    The Bank of England has said it may be necessary to make ‘temporary changes’ to capital buffers in the UK, owing to concerns that the existing framework could discourage banks from lending during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CMB Leasing revives 10yr bonds for China FIG

    CMB Leasing revives 10yr bonds for China FIG

    CMB Financial Leasing Co returned with five year and 10 year dual-tranche bonds on Wednesday, selling the first decade bond from a Chinese FIG credit in more than a month as costs for longer-dated notes fall.

  • CICC seals $500m bond inside fair value

    CICC seals $500m bond inside fair value

    A recent flurry of bonds from financial institutions did not dent appetite among investors for China International Capital Corp’s (CICC) $500m deal on Monday.

  • Embattled HSBC to press on with restructuring

    Embattled HSBC to press on with restructuring

    HSBC revealed a big increase in credit loss provisions in its second quarter results on Monday, as it vowed to step up the pace of its strategy shift. In the investment bank, it was a strong outing for fixed income and currencies trading, but a disappointing quarter for equities.

  • HSBC shuffles FIG leadership

    HSBC shuffles FIG leadership

    Eric Bai and Alexander Paul have been appointed to the newly created roles of global co-heads of FIG coverage at HSBC.

  • Gottstein creates unified investment bank at Credit Suisse

    Gottstein creates unified investment bank at Credit Suisse

    Credit Suisse is bringing its disparate markets and investment banking operations into one division, it announced on Thursday, as new chief executive Thomas Gottstein draws out a fresh structure for the bank. The bank is aiming to create savings to be invested elsewhere, but did not give much detail about where cuts would be made.

  • CSC stands alone with $500m bond

    CSC stands alone with $500m bond

    CSC Financial Co, better known as China Securities, raised $500m from the international bond market this week ─ generating an order book more than 12 times the size of the deal at its peak.

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