Philippe El-Asmar is taking on a new role at Barclays Capital in Hong Kong, while Kevin Burke is moving to London to fill his shoes.
A new index measures changes in the market value of venture capital-financed companies in the US
Crédit Agricole appoints high yield analyst
Citi opens hedging desks in Johannesburg, London, Sao Paolo and New York to help Chinese multinationals with hedging, cash management, trade and treasury services and lending activities
Commerzbank has made key hires in sales and trading across Asia, Europe and the US as it strengthens its global FX business, the bank said on August 25.
Lack of Federal oversight should not be obstacle to equivalence, says key state regulator
US law firm Fried Frank has hired Robert McLaughlin, co-founder of the structured products practice at Katten Muchin Rosenman
Citi Private Bank in New York has named Thomas Petrone as head of capital markets, with responsibility for the bank's ultra-high-net-worth clients
Citi Private Bank has added three private bankers in its New York office. All have moved from US Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management, with two joining as managing directors and one as a senior vice-president
US oil and gas shale production - seen as a vital contributor to US energy needs - is under investigation due to environmental fears over extraction techniques.
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McKinsey report finds Basel II key for US to maintain market share
Basel II and today’s market landscape make it essential for financial institutions to manage risk and capital in a systematic and transparent manner across the enterprise.
Bank of America (BoA) has hired Nicholas Dechosal, former head of derivatives, short-term interest rates and forwards trading at Rabobank Utrecht, in London.
BNP Paribas is set to reorganise its fixed-income business by splitting its marketing and trading activities. The new set-up replaces a structure where the division was split into three areas: foreign exchange, interest rates and credit.
Private bankers are buying an increasing number of structured products linked to currency movements in a bid to provide more attractive yields to their clients.
KBC Alternative Investment Management (KBC AIM), a hedge fund subsidiary of Belgium's KBC Bank and Insurance Group that manages more than $5 billion in assets, plans to implement Front Capital's Arena trading, risk management and distribution system.