January 21, 2022
  • January 21, 2022

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Banks plot $100 billion windfall in year of mega-deals

by on January 21, 2022 0

(Bloomberg) — Investment banks are readying more than $100 billion in massive debt to arm private equity with historic firepower in the battle for global acquisitions. Unmoved by central bankers signaling measures to undo the pandemic stimulus, lenders in the United States and Europe are becoming increasingly aggressive in their underwriting ambitions for blockbuster...

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Banks could get a new category of investment

by on January 14, 2022 0

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India has proposed a new category of investment for banks – the Fair Value through Profit and Loss (FVTPL) account – as part of its initiatives to align regulations on investment portfolios. lenders’ investment in global accounting standards. In a working paper released on Friday, RBI said banks’ investment...

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BondLink appointed in 2022 GovTech100

by on January 11, 2022 0

BondLink has been recognized by Government Technology’s GovTech100 list for the fourth consecutive year. Tweet this “The challenges of the pandemic have highlighted the need for effective management of local communities,” said Colin MacNaught, CEO and co-founder of BondLink. “Public sector CFOs are responsible for financing 75% of all public infrastructure in the country...

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Protocol Analyzers Market – Industrial IT

by on January 9, 2022 0

“Report Hive Research with their unique quality of market research simplification, announces an in-depth study report on “Global Protocol Analyzers Market COVID-19 2021 Status, Trends and Impact Report ”Provides industry size, major players and global demand. The report refers to different techniques, market details, internal and external contextual analysis of market keywords, market revenue,...

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Calls for student loan cancellations set to intensify as Biden’s legislative agenda stalls

by on January 7, 2022 0

President Joe Biden’s ambitious social spending and climate change legislative agenda, the Build Back Better Act, seems unlikely to pass as originally written after the moderate Democratic Senator from Virginia -Western Joe Manchin declared his opposition days before Christmas and reiterated this week that there are no ongoing discussions on the bill. While it’s...

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