European Corporate Banking
Greenwich Associates European and Asian Leader Awards 2011
The combination of attractive rates in global bond markets and motivated lending by major banks over the past 12 months created an extremely favorable funding environment for the
largest companies in Europe that has persisted into 2011. The result: Just two years ago, large European companies faced
serious questions about how they would access the capital they needed to operate and grow their businesses. Today, many European corporate treasury officials face a much different question — How can I reduce the drag on ROE caused by all this cash sitting on my balance sheet?
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