1642 briefings from 409 companies
The recent sharp rise in the value of the yen is complicating the task of the Bank of Japan as it looks to fight deflation and revive economic growth, argues Mary Nicola. For example, the Bank of Japan’s efforts to reflate the economy are being foiled by stronger yen and spurring wage growth will
Published:16 May 2016
After hopes of a Greek deal being raised and then dashed again, this paper takes a look at what the consequences of a split between Greece and the Eurozone would be. It explores the likely repercussions in three groups: financial, economic and political effects.
Published:02 July 2015
Do the recently announced moves by the People’s Bank of China count as quantitative easing? As growth continues to slow, the recent actions look like the PBOC running just to stand still. Read this weekly Economist Insights article to find out more.
Published:27 May 2015
If you tend to think the glass is half-empty, as the vast majority of investors I meet these days do, this past week provided a rich menu of economic data and events to feed a dour disposition. China’s GDP only grew 7.6% in the year to the second quarter; our Brazil economist Arthur Carvalho slashed
Published:29 August 2012
Defying admittedly low expectations, last week's EU summit delivered a number of welcome measures, addressing the three main pressure points in the EU periphery. Download this paper for the summit's implications for public and banking sectors, fiscal unsustainability and deposit leakage.
Published:10 August 2012
Deutsche Bank's monthly hedge funds summary assesses the latest market trends. This paper features sections on: European banking; risk assets; investor sentiment; global economic data; leverage; securities lending and regulation. Download this paper for in-depth analysis.
Published:10 August 2012
Business Area:Hedge Funds
This report describes how investment banks and firms in the UK are managing bribery and corruption risk in their businesses and sets out the findings of a recent thematic review. The report also provides examples of good and poor practice regarding anti-bribery and corruption systems and controls.
Published:03 April 2012
The Independent Commission on Banking published its final recommendations on the reform of the UK banking system in September last year. Writing exclusively for Legal Week, Simmons' James Bresslaw outlines the UK Government's response to the ICB's recommendations for reform.
Company:Simmons & Simmons
Published:27 January 2012