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  • Capital markets firms activate disaster plans

    Capital markets firms activate disaster plans

    As the coronavirus pandemic threatens every facet of capital markets activity, trading floors and back offices have emptied in recent days, leading to questions about how efficiently business can be done from home and alternative sites, write Paola Aurisicchio, Jasper Cox, Jennifer Kang and Ross Lancaster.

  • Liquidity again falls in Europe IG corps market

    Liquidity again falls in Europe IG corps market

    Liquidity in Europe's secondary corporate bond market has dwindled over the last three years, according to a new report from the International Capital Market Association (ICMA). Investors see little by way of positive contributors.

  • People moves in brief

    People moves in brief

    Ex-Goldman's Weber joins Middle East boutique — Giancarlo turns up at Federal Housing Finance Agency — Ferdane takes over coverage job at BNP Paribas

  • Morgan Stanley and compatriots raise the FICC bar

    Morgan Stanley and compatriots raise the FICC bar

    Morgan Stanley more than doubled its revenue from fixed income sales and trading in the fourth quarter of last year, completing a stellar set of earnings for US banks in that business after a year in which they appear to have cemented their dominance in Europe.

  • CrossLend to play into Capital Markets Union drive

    CrossLend to play into Capital Markets Union drive

    CrossLend’s securitization platform is designed to allow smaller firms to buy and sell debt portfolios more easily. It has been backed by Santander’s venture capital fund, which sees it as tapping into various trends in European capital markets.

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