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Financial News

Investment banks predicted to report middling third quarter
Financial News, 10 Oct 2018 (Emily Horton)

George Kuznetsov, the head of research at Coalition, said that equity performance is set to dominate the third quarter. He also said that foreign exchange markets and…

https://bit.ly/2zLbj7l

 

Bloomberg

Europe’s Banks Miss Out on a Globalized World
Bloomberg, 04 Oct 2018 (Lionel Laurent)

Half-year data from research firm Coalition shows the world’s top four investment banks by market share — JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Citigroup Inc., and…

https://bit.ly/2EhW3Ei

 

EFinancial Careers

Meet Deutsche Bank's secret 30 year-old credit trading star
EFinancial Careers, 04 Oct 2018 (Sarah Butcher)

Deutsche Bank's credit trading business is quite something, according to financial services intelligence firm Coalition, which ranked it joint first with…

https://bit.ly/2QIgv2z

 

Bloomberg

After Losses in Europe, Nomura Seeks to Resuscitate Business
Bloomberg, 03 Oct 2018 (Donal Griffin)

Japan’s biggest brokerage hasn’t been among the top 10 investment banks in Europe since at least 2013, according to data from Coalition Development Ltd…

https://bloom.bg/2QJjDei

 

EFinancial Careers

Deutsche Bank hires MD from Goldman Sachs as its own recently promoted MDs keep leaving
EFinancial Careers, 01 Oct 2018 (Sarah Butcher)

Islam's arrival comes as Deutsche's credit sales and trading business was ranked first globally (jointly with BAML and Goldman) by Coalition in the first half of 2018…

https://bit.ly/2OoKtLj

 

The Wall Street Journal

Wall Street’s Biggest Business Braces for Lackluster Third-Quarter Results
The Wall Street Journal, 30 Sep 2018 (Telis Demos)

In 2012, the dozen biggest banks globally generated some $100 billion in revenue from those desks, versus less than $70 billion last year, according to industry data…

https://on.wsj.com/2A6fbkl