People & Markets

  • Upstart broker rocks up in Schuldschein to spur secondary trading

    Upstart broker rocks up in Schuldschein to spur secondary trading

    The secondary market in Schuldscheine is rudimentary, partly as the arranging banks have never wanted to encourage it. But a little known brokerage firm is quietly acting as a go-between, helped by its contacts with non-traditional investors, writes Silas Brown.

  • UBS IB benefits from leveraged capital markets, IP sale

    UBS IB benefits from leveraged capital markets, IP sale

    UBS's investment bank beat analyst consensus as capital markets revenue was up sharply year-on-year, while a sale of intellectual property rights resulted in a one-off gain, the bank showed in third quarter results on Tuesday.

  • ANZ promotes Corrin to corporate finance head

    ANZ promotes Corrin to corporate finance head

    Veteran loans banker John Corrin has been promoted to head of corporate finance, international, at ANZ, a newly created position that will give him oversight of a larger business.

  • MUFG hires levfin banker to lead capital markets

    MUFG hires levfin banker to lead capital markets

    JP Morgan's Raj Kapadia has joined MUFG as international head of capital markets, as the firm increases its leveraged finance focus. It has also set up a new group to advise clients at the C-suite level on market and macroeconomic developments, led by Tom Joyce, a hire from Deutsche Bank.

  • Putting the 'K' in capital markets

    Putting the 'K' in capital markets

    The coronavirus crisis will continue to lead to divergence in economic fortunes, and that will play out in European capital markets as well.

  • Germany nears revamped restructuring rules

    Germany is set to implement a total revamp of its corporate restructuring rules from next year, with a draft bill overhauling a court-led regime more than 25 years old and replacing it with rules law firm Kirkland & Ellis called ‘best practice’.

  • NatWest writes to thousands of corporates about Libor shift

    NatWest writes to thousands of corporates about Libor shift

    NatWest plans to contact around 3,500 of its corporate clients from Thursday to inform them about the end of Libor as a benchmark and what their options and next steps are, as a recent survey showed that the vast majority of companies have not made any tangible efforts towards moving debt facilities to risk-free rates.

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