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UBS’s EMEA leveraged finance business has been through the wringer, but co-head David Slade, who joined in 2015, is rebuilding it.
Most of the US Treasury’s proposed reforms for the US capital markets avoid the need for congressional approval, giving the financial services industry a strong opportunity to roll back some of the perceived excesses of post crisis rule making, US sources have said.
A joint debt management platform formed by Portugual's largest banks is moving ahead with plans to ease the country's non-performing loan burden.
KKR closed a $1.1bn risk retention fund on Tuesday, and the firm’s co-head of real estate credit told GlobalCapital that market consolidation brought on by risk retention has strengthened credit quality in the asset class.
Structured finance veterans Marc Sefton and Kieran McSweeney have launched firm focusing on lending to companies in the specialty finance sector.
Like most foreign banks in the Chinese securitization market, Standard Chartered has focused on doing business with foreign originators. But now it wants to compete more directly with local underwriters by entering the growing asset-backed notes (ABN) market, Wesley Yang, the bank’s head of financial markets for China, told GlobalRMB.
A US Treasury report on capital markets, published on Friday, struck a populist tone, saying the rise of private credit at the expense of public market sources of financing has snatched money-making opportunities away from average Americans. But it is investment banking that has most to gain from a boost to public debt markets, not individual investors.
A capital markets report from the US Treasury said that post-crisis regulation has hindered the US securitization market, and proposes a set of regulatory tweaks largely not requiring Congressional involvement to ease the burden on market participants.
Banks are trying to digest the implications of a new move by the European Central Bank, which would set a deadline by which new non-performing loans should be fully written off. This could spark a rush to declare NPLs before the end of this year, write Owen Sanderson and Jon Hay.
Football clubs have become revenue generating machines, and with the English Premier League set to ban clubs from borrowing from non-Financial Conduct Authority regulated institutions starting next year, GlobalCapital investigates how some of the Premier League’s biggest teams fund their operations.
The Bank of England is now odds on to raise interest rates at the November meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee in November, after the Consumer Price index reported inflation exceeding 3%, but such a move could tip the UK economy over a cliff.
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|Rank||Lead Manager/Arranger||Total Volume $m||No. of Deals||Share % by Volume|
|1||Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML)||6,415||22||12.84|
Bookrunners of Global Structured Finance
|Rank||Lead Manager||Amount $m||No of issues||Share %|
|2||Bank of America Merrill Lynch||90,895.27||265||12.06%|
|3||Wells Fargo Securities||72,661.39||222||9.64%|