Barclays' acquisition of Lehman Brothers gave it the Wall Street presence it craved. Has it delivered on the deal's potential?
Buy-back plan would sabotage the NPL securitization market Italy risked €20bn to build
The turning macro cycle means smaller bank issuers can afford to take their time and steer clear of the seemingly piping hot but unpredictable bond market
Erdogan has shown that he is willing to listen to foreign investors, but they must act
Fresh sovereign benchmark is golden opportunity for country's bond issuers
Even six months after the ECB left the primary market, class ‘A’ book builds are still sluggish
CEO’s plan to disband the bank’s institutional securities group leaves a skills gap and raises questions about the universal model at the heart of its investment banking business
Banks are determined to stick to their growth plans as they see cause for optimism in investment banking thanks to increasing confidence and a growing pipeline of deals