Corporate governance - Summer of the underdogs - Global fund managers are punishing the US and rewarding emerging-market companies with improving corporate governance. Euromoney ranks them.
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Euromoney. - London : Euromoney Publ, ISSN 0014-2433, ZDB-ID 1902325. - 2002, p. 28-48
Derivatives trading - There Liffe, but not as they knew it - After the trading pits closed, few traders fancied swapping their fast and stylish lives for a suit-and-tie existence with routine hours. Some managed to take with them the noise, tension and risk that characterized financial and commodity derivatives trading at Liffe.
Evans, Jules, (2001)
Deals of the year - Central and eastern Europe - ING Barings had a great success floating Russian dairy products company Wimm-Bill-Dan in New York after it had been dumped by two other leading investment banks troubled by hints of dubious corporate governance
Evans, Jules, (2003)
Real-estate finance - Banks build on sale-leaseback hopes - Banks and opportunity funds are lining up to benefit from an expected transfer of real-estate assets from cash-strapped corporates to investors. But corporates aren't rushing to sell.
Evans, Jules, (2002)
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