Financing banks - Bond market bites back - As many corporates fell out of favour, banks benefited from the flight to quality. But now some banks are themselves having to explore other forms of funding more urgently.
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Euromoney. - London : Euromoney Publ, ISSN 0014-2433, ZDB-ID 1902325. - 2002, p. 96-101
Manaseki-Holland, Semira, (2010)
Quality borrowers - Smaller names fill up - Investors have run away from corporate debt to government bonds. But even though there's growing concern about the credit quality of some there are opportunities for smaller highly rated sovereign and supranational issuers.
Marshall, Tom, (2003)
Syndicated loans - Portfolio management shores up loan books - Banks that have been using their balance sheets to secure more lucrative business are facing increased tension between their loan and portfolio management officers.
Marshall, Tom, (2002)
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