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The Banker

2003, v. 153, n. 932

  • Página 10
    Título: BRACKEN. Scorecard initiative to transform South Africa.

  • Página 14-17
    Título: GLOBAL NEWS. Iraq vows to open up its economy; Habib sell-off likely to bit year-end target; Passing of Russian bill signals restart to reform; Argentine plan vexes creditors; ICBC boosts Hong Kong presence with Fortis buy; Nedcor faces big merger minus l

  • Página 18-19
    Autor/es: Mwai Kibaki.
    Título: VIEWPOINT.
    Resumen: The Kenyan president discusses the progress that has been made in setting up an East African Common Market as part of the movement towards regional integration.

  • Página 20-26
    Autor/es: Karina Robinson.
    Título: Cover feature. HSBC'S Killer Move

  • Página 28-29
    Autor/es: Karina Robinson.
    Resumen: Influential business leaders discuss prospects for recovery and factors affecting the economy.

  • Página 36-37
    Autor/es: Geraidine Lambe
    Título: CAPITAL MARKETS. AGENDA. Joe Dryer, global head of capital markets origination, DrKW
    Resumen: Global head of capital markets originationat Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, tells Geraidine Lambe about the bank's restructuring and the advantages it has brought.

  • Página 39-43
    Autor/es: Michael Marray.
    Título: Europe covers up.
    Resumen: NEW INVESTORS The popularity of covered bonds is spreading from Germany and Spain, which are the main issuers, to investors across Europe.

  • Página 43-46
    Autor/es: Suzanne Miller.
    Título: US INVESTORS.
    Resumen: The German Pfandbriefe has been more reliable than a Duracell battery and could be an ideal product for US investors to buy into - but they remain hesitant.

  • Página 46-48
    Autor/es: Geraldin Lambe.
    Título: Pulling together under pressure.
    Resumen: TEAM OF THE MONTH Teams from Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley pooled resources when they were chosen as bookrunners for the Bank of England's $3bn, five-year dollar bond, keeping tight discipline on pricing and pulling off a

  • Página 49-50
    Autor/es: Geraldine Lambe.
    Título: Tobacco industry breathes easy as US frowns upon class action.
    Resumen: BORROWER PROFILE With a spate of recent court rulings in tobacco companies' favour, pressure is easing on tobacco industry bond spreads, which have been suffering the slings and arrows of high volatility.

  • Página 53-54
    Autor/es: Natasha de Teran.
    Título: Flight to safety boosts CGP demand.
    Resumen: TRADING Capital guaranteed products have become an increasingly popular type of insurance products following the recent period of global financial volatility.

  • Página 56
    Autor/es: Brian Caplen.
    Título: TAKING ISSUE.
    Resumen: TAKING ISSUE Why Matteo Arpe no longer calls himself an investment banker; why JP Morgan traders call their techies 'sir'; and why operational risk is now a cinch.

  • Página 59-60
    Autor/es: Jim Kharouf.
    Título: Chicago bucks the currency futures trend.
    Resumen: CHICAGO Chicago Mercantile Exchange's currency futures volume has risen consistently since April 2001 - surprising those who worked in the exchange a few years ago when prospects looked dim.

  • Página 62-63
    Autor/es: Mark Pelham.
    Título: How to handle FX tech solutions.
    Resumen: INTEGRATION Technology can bring improved efficiency and cost-effectiveness to FX trading - but banks must learn how to handle it correctly.

  • Página 64-66
    Autor/es: Frances Maguire.
    Título: Internal politics divide.
    Resumen: REGULATIONS The row about internalisation in the equity and derivatives markets continues, with one of the main arguments against being taken that it impairs transparency. Are the best interests of investors being taken into account or is a political game

  • Página 68-69
    Autor/es: Jan Wagner.
    Título: Expansionist moves in the real estate market.
    Resumen: WESTERN EUROPE. GERMANY Fledgling German real estate bank Eurohypo considers itself the pan-European leader in its field. CEO Karston von Köller talks to Jan Wagner about how the bank is attempting to break out of the German market into Europe and the wid

  • Página 71-91
    Título: Russia supplement

  • Página 92-94
    Autor/es: Simon Montlake.
    Título: Indonesia prepares for life after IMF.
    Resumen: INDONESIA A buoyant economy, which was undented by a spate of terrorist attacks, is inspiring the government with enough confidence to take the decision not to renew its IMF loan agreement.

  • Página 95-108
    Título: TOP 200 ASIAN BANKS.
    Resumen: TOP 200 ASIAN BANKS Commentary and listing.

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  • Página 134
    Autor/es: Stephen Timewell.
    Título: Rebuilding Iraq's banking system.
    Resumen: IRAQ Stephen Timewell looks at the US-led consortium that is charged with establishing the Trade Bank of Iraq, which will play an important role in the country's post-war reconstruction

  • Página 136
    Autor/es: Jon Marks and Thalia Griffiths.
    Título: Oil transparency tops the agenda.
    Resumen: 136 AFRICA Transparency in oil and other extractive industries has been elevated to the front line of policy after years of criticism from stakeholder groups over corrupt deals. report from the IMF/World Bank meetings in Dubai

  • Página 139-140
    Autor/es: Parveen Bansal.
    Título: Nordea focuses on a single future.
    Resumen: ESTRATEGY.Nordea is benefiting from economies of scale and sharing of best practices by operating its banking entities in the four countries of the Nordic region as a single entity. Head of retail banking Kari Jordan talks to Parveen Bansal.

  • Página 142
    Autor/es: Malcolm Ring.
    Título: The lowdown on Islamic mortgages.
    Resumen: ISLAMIC BANKING. UK banks can enter into loan arrangements that are compliant with Shari'ah law even though they appear to go against UK lending principles.

  • Página 152-153
    Autor/es: Parveen Bansal.
    Título: Dramatic change without a big bang.
    Resumen: TECH VISION. An on-demand business can respond with speed to any customer demand, market opportunity or external threat, Mark Greene, general manager of IBM's global banking unit, tells Parveen Bansal

  • Página 156-158
    Autor/es: Parveen Bansal.
    Título: Emerging markets players take innovative paths.
    Resumen: While banks in the developed markets are struggling to cut operating costs, their counterparts in the emerging markets are exploiting their ability to use new technology.