RBS has appointed Tim Skeet as a managing director, financial institutions group, in its debt capital markets division in London
Investors hoped European leaders would finally provide clarity on their plans to resolve the Eurozone funding crisis at summit meetings in March. But the solutions offered have done little to dispel unrest in the market
Profile: Robert McAdie
Participants on a Credit Institute panel debate held in London argued that peripheral funding and inflation are the major challenges for the Eurozone
Inflation could make developed market corporates vulnerable in the coming months, especially those with purely domestic revenues.
March is crunch time for peripheral Europe, but region offers relative value trades, says co-head of European fixed income at BlackRock.
America’s balancing act
A global perspective
Q&A: Arif Husain, AllianceBernstein
Laurent Crosnier, chief investment officer at asset manager Amundi in London, looks to emerging market corporates for returns.
While dollar's status as reserve currency makes imminent downgrade unlikely, that may change if US government fails to implement credible debt reduction plan, says lead sovereign analyst at Moody's.
New senior bank debt fears over EC proposals
Attack of the zombies
Swimming with the black swans
Amundi Asset Management says emerging market bond spreads remain wide on a relative basis.
Sandor Hau is new MD of high yield and distressed credit at Nomura
Stan Hartman is the bank's new head of high yield syndicate, based in London
Senior investors at Pimco, BlackRock, State Street, AllianceBernstein and Investec give their views on how the Eurozone crisis might play out in 2011.
The EU faces a tricky 2011 as it navigates excessive debt, but needs to address solvency issues rather than liquidity, says Pimco's CEO Mohamed El-Erian.
Weakness in Europe's banks will cause the region's credit markets to lag the US in the coming months, according to BNP Paribas' global head of credit research and strategy, Robert McAdie.