People & Markets

  • People news in brief

    People news in brief

    Natixis promotes DCM bankers — Powell quits IFAD job — NatWest Markets makes Peberdy, Donaldson and Manwaring's positions permanent

  • Politics and Covid fail to dent UK fee pool optimism

    Politics and Covid fail to dent UK fee pool optimism

    Bankers are betting on a strong year for the UK — Europe’s biggest fee pool — but the overlapping concerns of Brexit, Covid-19 and regulation make for an uncertain outlook, writes David Rothnie.

  • Arbour joins ICG from Palamon Capital

    Arbour joins ICG from Palamon Capital

    Intermediate Capital Group, the UK alternative asset manager, has hired Philippe Arbour from Palamon Capital Partner to help further develop its Senior Debt Partners strategy.

  • Investec launches debut direct lending fund

    Investec launches debut direct lending fund

    Investec has announced the first close of an inaugural direct lending fund targeting Western Europe’s small cap companies, which Investec believes are underserved by banks and other lenders.

  • Tikehau hires new COO for private debt business

    Tikehau hires new COO for private debt business

    Alternative asset manager Tikehau Capital has hired a new chief operating officer for its private debt strategy, who will also be responsible for private debt investments in France.

  • Loans banker Chang to leave Mizuho

    Loans banker Chang to leave Mizuho

    Monita Chang, a senior director in Mizuho’s debt structuring and syndication team in Hong Kong, is leaving the bank, according to a source close to the situation.

  • People moves in brief

    People moves in brief

    Loynes extends syndicate responsibilities at Crédit Agricole — CS's equity sales head to join Citi — Flori starts at CEB funding team

  • HSBC's Asia ambitions remain after Enns leaves

    HSBC's Asia ambitions remain after Enns leaves

    HSBC’s aims to boost market share in investment banking and rebalance towards Asia remain intact despite the resignation of one of its most senior lieutenants. But 2021 must be about execution, writes David Rothnie.

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