Siemens Financial Services (SFS) discusses Thameslink in Infrastructure Journal case study

Following distribution of a Siemens Financial Services announcement outlining the financial close of the £1.6 billion Thameslink deal, Moorgate arranged a select group of media interviews with Johannes Schmidt, CEO of Project & Structured Finance Infrastructure and Cities & Industry at SFS. This resulted in in-depth deal coverage and analysis in Project Finance, as well …

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Falcon Group CEO describes the global rise of alternative financiers

Having suffered from more severe global bank lending constraints, emerging market corporates have been forced to find other sources of funding. The rise of alternative financiers in the emerging markets has been significant, and has resulted in a more diversified financial landscape. Now, the developed markets are following suit. Will Nagle, CEO of leading alternative …

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Procurement Leaders column by Deutsche Bank's Alexander Mutter

In this guest post for Procurement Leaders, Alexander Mutter – director of trade and cash solutions advisory for EMEA global transactions at Deutsche Bank – discusses optimal working capital management practices, and how closing potential liquidity gaps can become a competitive advantage for many corporates. To read the full article please click here 



BNY Mellon: All eyes on Mexico

As burgeoning intra-emerging market trade highlights Latin America’s growing economic strength, attention is turning to Mexico in particular, and the country’s potential as both a regional and international player. In anticipation of September’s Sibos conference, BNY Mellon’s Dino Sani – Head of Treasury Services for Latin America – is featured on the homepage of SIBOS.com , discussing …

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BNY Mellon bolsters Treasury Services team

BNY Mellon, the global leader in investment management and investment services, has expanded its Treasury Services team by appointing Anil Dala as Market Manager for Treasury Services in EMEA. Based in London, Dala will work with both sales and product line management in developing solutions to serve non-bank financial institutions. Circulated by Moorgate, the announcement …

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Natixis weighs in on loan market volatility

Although leveraged loan market volatility can reduce visibility and increase execution risk, the opportunities such a market can provide for sponsors are vast, particularly for private equity investors with the right expertise – writes Graham Olive, head of acquisition and strategic finance for Northern Europe at Natixis, on his monthly blog for Real Deals. To …

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BNY Mellon’s Q2 edition of Treasury Update EMEA

With editorial support from Moorgate, the latest edition of Treasury Update – BNY Mellon Treasury Services’ client newsletter – discusses the emerging treasury trends across the EMEA region, and provides an overview of recent industry accolades, new appointments, and future industry initiatives. To read the full newsletter please click here  



S&P’s approach to hybrid capital covered in IPE

Issuance of hybrid capital in Europe surged at the start of the year and is likely to remain elevated in the near term. Taron Wade, associate director of corporate ratings at S&P, outlined how such instruments are rated and why new issuers are getting involved in Investment & Pensions Europe’s July/August issue, available online here



The eurozone’s never-ending recession – Natixis in Global Banking and Finance Review

The destructive effects of a long recession mean growth in the eurozone should not be expected to pick up anytime soon, writes Patrick Artus, chief economist at Natixis, in an article for Global Banking and Finance Review. Artus argues that these effects – which include a decline in GDP, loss of human capital and a …

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In gtnews, Deutsche Bank’s Dieter Sytnen addresses the SEPA migration challenge

The end-date for SEPA migration – February 1st 2014 – is in touching distance, yet many corporates have yet to make the leap. Writing in gtnews, Deutsche Bank’s Dieter Stynen – Head of Cash Management Corporates for Western Europe – examines the many compliance challenges facing corporate treasurers, and how these can be overcome with …

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