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Raising the bar for debt advisory

To reflect the changing requirements of our clients, we have redefined our debt advisory service offering and established a dedicated team of consultants to secure the benefits of the currently strong financing conditions for our clients in the long run.

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Total Loss Absorbing Capacity: the end of the bail-out?

Billions of euros of public funds were invested in systemically important institutions in order to sustain them at the height of the crisis. This was deemed an absolute one-off bail-out and the Financial Stability Board (FSB) introduced a proposal to end ‘too-big-to-fail’. Does this proposal effectively protect the tax payer or are we simply paying the burden in advance?

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Understanding a bank’s corporate debt management

How to cope with the effects of the Capital Requirements Directive IV

A lot has been written with regard to the introduction of Basel III, both in this magazine and in other media. The world is a different place, that’s a fact. We’ve learned that a more comprehensive insight into the implications of the Capital Requirements Directive is needed.

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The effects of Basel III on corporate lending

A lot has been said and written with regard to the introduction of Basel III. However, from discussions with our clients we learn that often a more comprehensive insight into the effects of Basel III on their banking relationships is desirable.

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Basel III: Highlights and Potential Responses by Corporates

The Bank for International Settlements’ (BIS) capital requirements for banks, also known as Basel III, impact on a wide variety of stakeholders.  It's not only the banks that are keen to take note of the additions to the Basel II Accord, but their corporate clients also want to understand the implications. This article examines the various effects on corporates and their treasury departments, and also provides some suggestions on how to cope with the consequences of the Basel III capital adequacy regime.

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