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Investment banks in India reap the benef...

In Singapore, we are looking to double our reporting team by the end of the year to comprehensively cover the rapidly evolving world of funded startups and VC, PE & M&A transactions. We want journalists who can tell our readers what is really going on in these industries and why it matters to markets, businesses […]

Global investment banks ask clients to w...

Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, UBS and Nomura downgraded India’s rating, citing onerous valuations. Analysts believe that the risk / reward ratio of Indian stocks is less favorable at current levels. But if Indian bonds are included in the global bond index, it could cause a sudden inflow of $ 15 billion to $ 20 billion […]

Will the PSPC boom benefit investment ba...

Special Purpose Acquisition Companies, or SAVS, have become particularly popular over the past two years. A SAVS is formed and made public within the framework of an initial public offering for the sole purpose of merging with a private company, thus making the private company public. So far in 2021, PSPCs have raised more than […]

Investment banks argue that Hong Kong’s

A Hong Kong Stock Exchange sign is seen at the 2020 China International Trade in Services Fair in Beijing, China on September 4, 2020. REUTERS / Tingshu Wang Register now for FREE and unlimited access to Reuters.com Register HONG KONG, Oct.27 (Reuters) – Investment banks and business advisers oppose Hong Kong proposed rules for blank […]

Investment banks argue that Hong Kong’s

By Scott Murdoch and Alun John HONG KONG (Reuters) – Investment banks and business advisers oppose Hong Kong’s proposed rules for blank check lists, arguing they are too onerous and will not make the city competitive, have said three sources familiar with the matter. Interested parties have until Oct. 31 to file comments with the […]

Investment banks talk about bonuses and ...

This is especially the case with the all-important rise to “CEO,” seen across the street as the most important promotion in a banker’s career, which seems to get harder every year, not more. easy. Just because the banks are doing well this year doesn’t mean that activity will hold up next year or the next […]

The pressure is on for investment banks

The pressure is on for investment banks

What is going on? Industrial competition has never been so intense at the local level. In recent years, US-based Jefferies, New Zealand-based Jarden, and Barclays-backed Barrenjoey Capital Partners have all entered the market, with the ambition to become full-service investment banks of foreground. New players also meant new hires, as well as plenty of speculation […]

The pressure is on for investment banks

What is going on? Industrial competition has never been so intense at the local level. In recent years, US-based Jefferies, New Zealand-based Jarden, and Barclays-backed Barrenjoey Capital Partners have all entered the market, with the ambition to become full-service investment banks of foreground. New players also meant new hires, as well as plenty of speculation […]

Why developers are leaving investment ba...

I have worked for years as a developer in the investment banking industry and have closely observed the dynamics that govern employment in this industry. When banks talk about a shortage of talented engineers, they are not talking about recruiting; they talk about retention. Hiring is not a problem in banking technology. There is always […]

American venture capital firms are becom...

Nowadays, a closely watched phenomenon is the growth and diversification of Andreessen Horowitz, one of Silicon Valley’s leading venture capital firms. Not only is it hiring dozens of new partners and employees, but it is also broadening its approach to the market, going well beyond the usual artisanal approach of early venture capitalists. For a […]