Deals of the year: Trend-setting and ground-breaking - We profile the boldest, the biggest, the most successful and the most controversial deals of 1999. Trail-blazing corporate bonds and loans showed what Europe's new capital markets are capable of. Titanic deals by AT&T and Conoco showed the US still sets the standards. We reflect on Olivetti's adventures in M& A, and on the latest chapter in ...
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|Authors:||Caplen, Brian ; Currie, Antony ; Lee, Peter ; Shirreff, David ; Walker, Marcus|
Euromoney. - London : Euromoney Publ, ISSN 0014-2433, ZDB-ID 1902325. - 2000, p. 80-101
The end of the world as we know it - Local banks are now in foreign hands. Farewell to the domestic bank! Deutsche Bank has transformed itself Morgan Stanley Dean Witter builds on its successful franchise. BSCH flies the flag for the Spanish.
Beasley-Murray, Ben, (2000)
Features - Euromoney Awards for Excellence - A new global bulge bracket - The number of serious contenders for Euromoney's global awards is growing ever smaller and the competition becoming fiercer. In a difficult year, Citigroup has handled the pressure with more aplomb than its rivals.
Brady, Simon, (2001)
Cover story - Borrowers awards - Best borrowers of 2001 - Borrowers had to display an array of outstanding skills to raise funds in the volatile debt capital markets over the past year. Those who coped best include Freddie Mac, France Telecom and Abbey National.
Currie, Antony, (2001)
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