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Israel sells $3 billion bond as regional tensions abate

Just days after a deadly airstrike on Iranian general Qassem Soleimani shook the markets, Israel sold a $3 billion Eurobond to investors who say that, despite early fears of an imminent escalation, ...
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Wirecard: Philippines’ anti-money laundering chief explains the investigation

Can you bring me up to date with what you’ve established so far about how the Wirecard situation links to the Philippines? First, the statement from the governor [Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas ...
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How Handelsbanken reclaimed its status as the post-crisis ideal

If any European lender has had a good 2020 so far, it’s Handelsbanken. Sweden’s second biggest bank was the ideal of a more cautious, consistent and focused business model after the 2008 ...
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Foreign exchange: Banks deal with volatility from home

Since the global financial crisis, most FX markets have enjoyed a decade of extremely low volatility. While there have been initiatives around regulatory compliance, the market has otherwise been quiet, with volatility ...
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Coronavirus crisis: China steps back from stimulus

At the height of the global financial crisis (GFC), China staved off recession by turning the dial on stimulus up to 11. This time around, with Western governments pledging trillions of dollars ...
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Coronavirus: Urgent need to adapt will push tech solutions in transaction banking

Lisa Robins, global head of transaction banking at Standard Chartered, vividly remembers the September 11 terror attacks on New York’s twin towers and what followed. At the time, Robins lived in New ...
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Covid-19 shows the value to investors of alternative data

At the start of April, Exabel, an artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning platform for active asset managers, partnered with 1010data, an alternative data provider to the retail, consumer packaged goods and ...
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Coronavirus: Dubai issues rare Dh1 billion sukuk

The government of Dubai has issued a sukuk for the first time in four years, proving that even amid historically low oil prices and a global pandemic, funding options remain for the ...
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Coronavirus: The World Bank should care that the public does not understand its pandemic bonds

Pandemic bonds, and their cousins in the broader catastrophe bond sector, are peculiar animals. They are frequently complex, somewhat opaque, and they must wade through the mire of morbid possibility. But at ...
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ECR survey results Q4 2019: Risk diminishes for Greece, Russia and Nigeria, but Argentina, Hong Kong and Turkey dive

There’s light at the end of the tunnel, but not all are on the right track The mean average global risk score improved from the third to fourth quarter as business confidence ...
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ECR survey results Q4 2019: Risk down for Greece, Russia, Nigeria, but Argentina, Hong Kong, Turkey dive

There’s light at the end of the tunnel, but not all are on the right track The mean average global risk score improved from the third to fourth quarter as business confidence ...
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Many corporates are still wary of mobile wallet solutions

The Worldpay from FIS 2020 Global Payments Report has predicted that digital wallets could account for more than half of global e-commerce sales by 2023. However, it also highlights a number of ...
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Minefield of risks faces investors in Japan and South Korea

Asian investors may be comforted by the fact China’s economy was brought back to life in the second quarter, after the lockdown-induced collapse in the first months of the year, but the ...
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Asia relocation: In the Vanguard

Shanghai skyline At one level, it can be argued – no, not really. The Pennsylvania-based group has long struggled to break into Hong Kong’s retail market. In a statement, Vanguard said it ...
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Orchestration platforms to ease payments complexity

Kristian Gjerding, chief executive of CellPoint Digital, a company founded in Copenhagen in 2007 to help travel merchants handle payments in a mobile-first world, tells Euromoney: “Think about airlines, for example, that ...
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Covid’s long Latin tail

If quantitative easing is seen to be ‘cost free’ by policymakers, then what has started out as a one-time emergency policy response could be used next time the economy is sluggish and ...
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Capital markets: Reasons to be positive on Europe

Euromoney has delved deep into the detail of just how the EU might conduct the large new borrowing programme for the €100 billion emergency SURE programme and the €750 billion recovery fund ...
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Blackstone-Takeda deal is good news for Japan investment bankers

For some time now, investment banks in Japan have been counting on a theory being correct. It goes like this: as corporate governance and investor activism have belatedly become fixtures of Japanese ...
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Fintech and the regulators: Bridges to nowhere?

Fintech bridge agreements are described as “a bespoke agreement outlining collaboration between two governments, cooperation between regulatory bodies and connectivity between ecosystems that encourages the sharing of information, including emerging trends and ...
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US and China: The odd couple, decoupled

In March 2001, America’s hawkish defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld handed a report to George W Bush. It urged the new US president to see not Russia but China as the primary threat, ...
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