People & Markets

  • Santander pins corporate finance strategy on ESG

    Santander pins corporate finance strategy on ESG

    Santander reckons it can harness the power of hydrogen to boost its standing in corporate and investment banking, building on its ESG credentials in similar way to how rivals built supremacy during the internet boom, writes David Rothnie.

  • RBC promotes from within as Uden retires

    RBC promotes from within as Uden retires

    RBC Capital Markets has reorganised its European equity capital markets and corporate broking business following the decision of Darrell Uden to step down at the end of this month.

  • Investment banks report full pipelines after excellent 2020

    Investment banks report full pipelines after excellent 2020

    Top US bankers are optimistic about their investment banking businesses for the start of 2021, after a stellar 2020 during which their clients rushed to financing markets to help them get through the Covid-19 crisis, and government and central banks provided essential support.

  • Afme proposes recapping with equity-like

    Afme proposes recapping with equity-like

    Many EU companies could do with capital beyond debt, according to the Association for Financial Markets in Europe (Afme). The trade body, in a report it produced alongside PwC, suggests encouraging the use of equity-adjacent products to fill balance sheet gaps from the coronavirus crisis.

  • CS appoints global head of renewables

    CS appoints global head of renewables

    Credit Suisse has promoted Ted Michaels, its head of North America renewables in New York, to a new global position overseeing investment banking in renewables and sustainable energy technology.

All Articles