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Euromoney

2003, v. 34, n. 415

  • Página 30-33
    Autor/es: Antony Currie.
    Título: Hedge fund dodges mutual fund fallout.
    Resumen: It looked like a case of bad timing when Aquila Capital Partners’ founder, Neal Berger, launched a fund based on mutual-fund timing just weeks before New York state attorney general Eliot Spitzer started to subpoena some of the players involved in the hed

  • Página 34-38
    Autor/es: Nick Parsons.
    Título: Central banks cultivate Asian bond markets.
    Resumen: By setting up a £1 billion Asian bond fund the region’s central banks have planted a seed that could provide the rootstock from which their more ambitious plans to develop regional financial markets can grow. And with the weighty political support that th

  • Página 35
    Autor/es: Nick Parsons.
    Título: Political will drives ABF1.
    Resumen: It took only a year to launch the Asian Bond Fund 1, leaving market observers shocked.

  • Página 36-37
    Autor/es: Nick Parsons.
    Título: Who's doing what in Asian bonds.
    Resumen: The lowdown on Hong Kong, China Singapore, Malaysia and more.

  • Página 38
    Autor/es: Nick Parsons.
    Título: Asian investors must learn to love an Asian asset class.
    Resumen: Thirachai Phuvanatnaranubala, deputy governor of the Bank of Thailand, speaks to Nick Parsons about hopes for the future.

  • Página 40-41
    Autor/es: Nick Parsons.
    Título: Japan’s wrestles with guarantor role.
    Resumen: Eiji Hirano, assistant governor of the Bank of Japan, says he welcomes any move towards a pan-Asia bond market and ultimately the longstanding goal of a common currency. But he cautions that it would be a serious mistake to concentrate efforts only on ach

  • Página 42-54
    Autor/es: Mark Brown.
    Título: Covered bonds invade new market.
    Resumen: Originating in east Prussia 250 years ago and largely confined within the borders of Germany and France, covered bonds had been considered an unexciting, if solid alternative to government bonds. But all that has changed in 2003. Helped by the strength of

  • Página 48
    Autor/es: Mark Brown .
    Título: S&P's refined approach.
    Resumen: Issuers have taken the keenest interest in Moody's covered bonds policy.

  • Página 52
    Autor/es: Mark Brown .
    Título: UCITS directive looks set for revision.
    Resumen: European intervention could clear up doubts about which bonds qualify for 10% risk weighting.

  • Página 54
    Autor/es: Mark Brown .
    Título: Established markets are still going strong
    Resumen: Established jurisdictions such as Germany, Spain, and France still account for the bulk of issuance.

  • Página 56-82
    Autor/es: Katie Astbury, Mark Brown, Julie Dalla-Costa, Julian Evans and Peter Koh .
    Título: Cover Story: Technology awards 2003.
    Resumen: Since the dot com bust banks have been forced to come down to earth in their electronic offerings. They are focusing on super-fast pricing engines, error-free post-trade functions and good internal risk management rather than on fancy websites. Euromoney’

  • Página 84-88
    Autor/es: Helena Frith Powell .
    Título: France puts on a credit spurt.
    Resumen: Despite all the traumas of economic slowdown and corporate downgrades, this year has turned out to be one of the most dynamic for French capital markets that bankers can remember. Developments in the increasingly sophisticated French corporate bond sector

  • Página 90-91
    Autor/es: Julian Evans.
    Título: A test of parental duty.
    Resumen: How much responsibility must a bank have for its subsidiaries? This issue is the subject of a continuing argument between Bank Austria Creditanstalt and a group of investors who worked with a subsidiary of the bank on a Russian M&A deal that was struc

  • Página 92-97
    Autor/es: Denise Bedell.
    Título: Corporates push their banks hard.
    Resumen: Banks are having to work harder to win and keep clients for their cash management services. They now have to provide sophisticated add-ons using top-flight technology that give corporates more control over their financial flows. Euromoney’s annual poll hi

  • Página 98-100
    Autor/es: Metin Munir
    Título: Growth wave pressures Turkey’s banks.
    Resumen: If Turkey’s economy continues to boom and its inflation rate carries on falling, the country’s numerous small and medium size banks are in for challenging times. Any easing of the public debt burden and lower interest rates, would allow the government to