LONDON, June 22 (IFR) - Rothschild & Co reported record
annual revenues in its financial advisory business on Wednesday
but warned that repeating that result in the current financial
year would prove a challenge.
LONDON, June 2 (IFR) - HSBC has appointed Patrick George as
head of global markets, EMEA and head of global markets
institutional client group, a promotion from his role as global
head of equities.
LONDON (IFR) - Traders in the foreign exchange market will be banned from talking about any specifics on trades but allowed to disclose general "market color" under proposals to improve conduct in the industry.
LONDON, May 10 (IFR) - Half of the 2,000 staff earmarked to
go from Credit Suisse's global markets division have already
been notified, the bank said on Tuesday, as it reported a swing
to a first-quarter loss.
LONDON, May 4 (IFR) - Societe Generale has outlined plans to
cut a further 220m in annual expenses from its investment
banking business over the next year, despite producing a better
first-quarter result than many of its peers.
LONDON, May 3 (IFR) - First-quarter pre-tax profits more
than halved to 403m at BNP Paribas' corporate and institutional
banking division compared with the same period a year ago, where
like its rivals, weak volumes in global markets during January
and February were largely to blame.
LONDON, April 28 (IFR) - Delays in settling litigation
helped Deutsche Bank produce a better-than-expected
first-quarter net profit of 214m but could not disguise a
disappointing three months at the investment bank, which
underperformed several peers during a weak period across the
LONDON, April 27 (IFR) - Nomura outlined further details of
its new strategy for its international wholesale business,
principally in Europe and the Americas, as it reported a 41%
fall in revenues in the division to Y136.2bn for the first three
months of 2016.
LONDON, April 21 (IFR) - The Basel Committee has outlined
new standards that banks should adopt for measuring interest
rate risk in their banking books, set to come into force from
LONDON, April 13 (IFR) - The UK's financial regulator has
said it wants banks that arrange lending facilities for clients
to remove clauses from loan and corporate broking contracts that
require the client to give the bank the right of first refusal
to arrange follow-on bond or equity issues and other investment
banking services for them.