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Ten Indian origin global finance stalwarts you may not have heard of
The banking and finance sector has seen a number of Indians emerge as CEOs including Victor Menzes (Citibank), Jay Sidhu (Sovereign Bancorp), Rana Talwar (Standard Chartered), Aman Mehta (HSBC), and Vikram Pandit (Citigroup Inc). While these are ...
China prepares the ground for the Yuan to gradually become a reserve currency
“Companies could kick start their operations in Qianhai with funding from Dim Sum bond sales,” said Kelvin Lau, an economist at Standard Chartered Plc. in Hong Kong. The measures will also help give Hong Kong companies “the first-mover advantage.”.
Sebi to allow full IDR fungibility
MUMBAI: The holders of Indian Depository Receipts (IDRs) of Standard Chartered Plc could be in for a positive surprise in a few weeks.
Foreign banks still getting shut out of China
HSBC, Bank of East Asia Ltd., Standard Chartered Plc, Hang Seng Bank Ltd., Citigroup and DBS Group Holdings Ltd., the six biggest foreign banks in China by number of branches, had fewer than 1 million retail customers combined, compared with 260 ...
How have special situations funds fared?
'Standard Chartered obviously has a better outlook, but RBS has significantly deleveraged and if you examine its balance sheet, it would have been able to get through the credit crunch in its current state,' he adds.
Paul Matthews handed wider role in Standard Life reshuffle
Standard Life UK chief executive Paul Matthew has been handed a wider role in a restructure of the Edinburgh-based provider's global management team.
Gulf lenders eye MidEast assets of Euro rivals
Standard Chartered Plc pulled out of the sale process last year citing political instability in the North African country, but Gulf banks remain keen to establish themselves there.
Say (a tentative) hola to the eurozone's new high-yield market
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Japan: The Brave Mr. Noda
Credit where it's due: Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda's push to introduce consumption taxes - to deal with the country's debt dynamics - is likely to secure his legacy, even if his tenure proves short, argues Euromoney Country Risk contributor Ieisha ...
Greek private sector lending threatens Cyprus's banks
While Cyprus and its banking sector are struggling to deal with losses from Greek sovereign bonds, a bigger risk looms: a wave of non-performing loans from the private sector that could savage the capital and liquidity position of Cypriot banks in Greece.