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Past issues, September 2009 / 10 September 2009 / FX-MM
In the twelve months since SIBOS 08, many financial institutions have spent a hectic year playing catch-up. Yet there are a few which have stayed ahead of the curve – among whom, as FX&MM Editor Drew Hillier discovers – Barclays Commercial Bank’s fundamental understanding of clients in supporting them through the difficult times has been absolutely key.
August 2009, Past issues / 7 August 2009 / FX-MM
DREW HILLIER IN CONVERSATION WITH ALEX PILATO, Chief Executive of TradeRisks
Started in 2000 by investment banking and risk management expert Alex Pilato, who for more than a decade was a trusted advisor to sovereigns, public utilities and multinational corporate debt managers around the world, TradeRisks is a leading investment banking boutique focusing on UK and international groups within the property, public and institutional sectors. The company was first authorised by the former UK Securities & Futures Authority in November 2001. Now coming under the UK Financial Services Authority regime, TradeRisks – also registered as an Investment Adviser with the Securities & Exchange Commission of the United States – is authorised as a corporate finance and investment management firm, providing a full suite of services encompassing Asset and Liability Management, Debt Issuance, Corporate Finance, Treasury and Fund Management.
March 2009, Past issues / 18 March 2009 / FX-MM
A year on from the introduction of SEPA, and with the financial crisis diverting many people’s attention, banks continue to work at ways to encourage the corporates they serve to get with the curve. At the forefront of this unfolding pan-European bank transaction revolution, and refusing to allow market conditions to knock it off course, Deutsche Bank continues to pull out all the stops and ensure full steam ahead. FX&MM Editor, Drew Hillier, discusses with Karoline von Richthofen, Global Head of Product Management Corporate Payments, at Deutsche Bank, the benefits and opportunities over the coming months and beyond.
November 2007 / 8 November 2007 / FX-MM
Asian economies are very strong while the US and Europe are experiencing a slowdown due to the US credit crisis. Despite this, Giles Keating, Head of Global Research for Credit Suisse Private Bank, believes the global economy seems in reasonable balance and that the risk of recession is not high. With this in mind, we ask Giles Keating for his current take on the World Economy. (more…)