Project finance - Asia's sobering wake-up call - Now that so many players have quit the game, banks with strong balance sheets and an eye on the long term can cherry-pick the projects to lend to
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Euromoney. - London : Euromoney Publ, ISSN 0014-2433, ZDB-ID 1902325. - 1998, p. 74-76
When it's time to leave home - A lot of European family-owned companies have now reached the third generation of owners. They want money, and European investors want equity. An IPO is the obvious solution: it did wonders for Gucci. Euromoney profiles the probables.
Featherstone, James, (1996)
Featherstone, James, (1999)
Asia - Citi and HSBC battle it out again for top pan-Asian bank. HSBC's deep roots and Scottish prudence help it cope best in hard times. Merrill Lynch has most Asian strong points among securities firms. Tokyo-Mitsubishi is Japan's last global bank. Bank of China is its country's least unsafe bank. Westpac is Australia's multi-skilled champion. In central Asia, ABN Amro is making inroads.
Dyson, Jack, (1999)
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