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Tapie case: Lagarde faces formal probe

By: Mona Dohle | 27 Aug 2014

Christine Lagarde (pictured), head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has confirmed today that she is placed under official investigation for suspicion of negligence in a French…

Credit Agricole hit by BES crisis

By: Viola Caon | 05 Aug 2014

France’s third bank for assets Credit Agricole (CA) has seen its profits nearly halved after it wrote off the value of its stake in Portuguese Banco Espirito…

Alcentra invests in French Groupe Bio 7

By: Viola Caon | 01 Aug 2014

Sub-investment grade corporate credit specialist Alcentra, part of BNY Mellon, has invested in Groupe Bio 7 to support its acquisition by Ardian (former AXA Private Equity). Groupe…

BNP Paribas looks to US labour recovery

By: EcoTV | 07 Jul 2014

Despite recovery in the US jobs market, wages are set to lag for some time yet according to the views of BNP Paribas.

Lyxor AM launches six small and mid cap ETFs

By: Viola Caon | 26 Jun 2014

Lyxor Asset Management has continued to expand its range of Equity ETFs with the launch of six new small and mid cap ETFs, becoming the only ETF…

Vontobel AM appoints head Fixed Income boutique

By: Viola Caon | 26 Jun 2014

Vontobel Asset Management has named Hervé Hanoune as head of its Fixed Income boutique and a member of its Management Committee.

Carmignac’s Didier Saint-Georges sees an unhappy Europe

By: Didier Saint-Georges | 17 Jun 2014

The results of the latest European elections send a clear message of un-happiness, suggests Didier Saint-Georges, member of the Investment Committee at Carmignac Gestion.

BNP Paribas considers credit landscape, European elections, and Russia

By: Jonathan Boyd | 11 Jun 2014

BNP Paribas has published views of its COO Philippe Bordenave on how best to finance Europe's recovery, as well as views on the outcome of the recent…

BNP Paribas sees continued struggle in France

By: EcoTV | 04 Jun 2014

Analysis of latest economic data from France suggests any recovery there is fragile at best, BNP Paribas economists say.

European insurers likely to reallocate to international equities – Allianz

By: Viola Caon | 21 May 2014

Institutional investors in Europe plan to reallocate their portfolios in the next 12 months adding equities and alternative investments at the expense of developed market sovereign debt,…

Tobam surpasses $6bn AUM level

By: Jonathan Boyd | 16 May 2014

Tobam, the anti-benchmark product provider has announced a further $150m mandate from a North American institutional investor, taking its total AUM above $6bn.

Eurozone growth weaker than forecasted

By: Viola Caon | 15 May 2014

The eurozone GDP missed expectations by growing 0.2% in Q1, with France stagnating and Italy, Portugal and the Netherlands contracting.

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