IntroductionWhen banks pitch for a bond deal, they often point to their position in a bookrunner league table. What banks do not mention – and what is arguably the most important aspect – is their...
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IntroductionWhen banks pitch for a bond deal, they often point to their position in a bookrunner league table. What banks do not mention – and what is arguably the most important aspect – is their willingness to provide liquidity in the bonds...
Bayer is being sued in the US over adverse side effects produced by anti-cholesterol drug Baycol. The firm also faces lower demand for its chemical and polymer products and needs to reduce leverage by selling assets. Is Bayer a deteriorating credit or...
The aggressive stance of the White House towards Saddam Hussein is bringing the prospect of armed conflict in Iraq ever closer. Philip Moore looks back at recent wars and asks whether history can offer any clues as to how the markets may react to military...
The brutal shake-out of energy trading firms in 2002 left the field open only to those few with iron-clad credit. Meanwhile, many gold derivatives dealers suffered, despite the metal’s soaring price.
While strategists are optimistic that corporate credit quality will in general improve in 2003, bondholders say sorting the winners from the losers will be a lot more complicated. Credit asks the buy and sell side their views on credit in the year ahead....
This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future
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