Posts tagged 'Euromoney'

Banker demonstrates willingness to wear tights to acquire paperweight of glory

Yes, dear readers, it is awards season. The time of year when the content of the most ignored slides in pitchbooks is decided upon. Even disclaimers may be read more, if only to discover if the poor, hapless, underslept and under-exercised analyst who wrote it remembered to do a find-and-replace for the previous client to whom the book was presented.

It has come to our attention that in this latest round, a couple of banks are taking notably different approaches to the Euromoney FX survey. And of course, we couldn’t resist taking a look at the methodology of the thing. Read more

Padraic Fallon, 1946-2012

Padraic Fallon, the man who joined Patrick Sergeant in seeing the publishing potential in European governments issuing bonds denominated in dollars, has died aged 66.

He’d been battling cancer for 12 months and was planning to retire as chairman of Euromoney Institutional Investor, the £1bn business he helped establish, in January next year. Read more