Thursday 15, May 2014 by Matthew Amlôt

Moody's: Diverging results for global investment banks will continue in 2014

Competing demands of regulators and shareholders force strategic repositioning. The challenging economic environment and regulatory changes will continue to dampen profitability and mute shareholder returns of global investment banks (GIBs), says Moody's Investors Service in its latest report Global Investment Banks: Competing Demands of Regulators and Shareholders Force Strategic Repositioning That May Further Differentiate Credit Profiles.

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