Malakoff IPO ignites domestic investors

Malakoff IPO ignites domestic investors

South East Asia's largest independent power producer set to price at top of range after institutional investors show no price sensitivity.
State-backed bad debt managment firm keeps the multi-tranche fad alive, raising its second mammoth dual-tranche bond in less than a year.
The Chinese private equity firm takes advantage of scorching Hong Kong capital markets to divest holding in mainland pharma firm.
Formerly Cosmos Bank's chief risk officer, Lin was also the first Taiwanese national to serve as BofA's country manager in the bank's 42-year history on the island.
Bonds of the Mumbai-based software developer plunge to record low after Glaucus Research issues report urging investors to sell. Rolta swiftly gave a strong rebuttal.
We present the firms that demonstrated the best track record and the landmark deals during the Japanese financial year April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015.


How deep will job cuts run at investment banks this year?

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Banks have already right-sized themselves
Banks will continue to jettison the lowest performing 5%-10%
Downsizing will go well beyond the lowest performing 5%-10% to as much as 30%
Aggressive hiring and lower fees since 2010 require radical cuts
None of the above - we expect to increase our headcount this year


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