‘Sale to UBS is on the table’: Swiss WMs on Credit Suisse27 March 2023
Credit Suisse’s difficulties were highlighted on Wednesday 15 March when its share price fell by 30% and the Swiss National Bank offered it a CHF 50 billion lifeline. Wealth management firms give their views on the Swiss National Bank’s support for the investment banking giant. Jean Meneveau, Partner at Colombus Consulting, explains in a CityWire article published on 16 March.
EDF shares plunge as Macron shields consumers from soaring energy bills01 February 2022
EDF’s (EDF.PA) shares slumped as much as 25% and were set for their worst day of trading after the French government ordered the utility to sell more cheap nuclear power to rivals to limit the rise in electricity prices. The analysis of Nicolas Goldberg energy analyst at Colombus Consulting via Reuters.
French aluminium plant to hold current output pending energy relief
France’s main aluminium smelter is not planning to adjust output further after recent cuts as it waits for government relief measures on electricity prices to take effect, a spokesperson for the site said on Friday. The analysis of Nicolas Goldberg energy analyst at Colombus Consulting via Reuters.
Swiss Private Banks Lag on Mobile Apps
Many Swiss private banks are struggling to find their way in the digital world, with many of them falling behind universal and neobanks, but three of them are ahead of the pack, a study shows. Finew’s insight on the study “Digitalisation of the private banking customer relationship in Switzerland – 2021 edition“.
How will the coronavirus pandemic affect neobanks?29 April 2020
To answer that question, Efma’s Boris Plantier asked Guillaume Larmaraud, partner at Colombus Consulting in Paris, for his thoughts on how this crisis will affect their growth and other trends in the digital banking space.
Swiss want to work from home more frequently after pandemic02 April 2020
Four out of five Swiss residents say they would like to work from home more regularly after the coronavirus pandemic is over, according to a survey.
France Closing Its Oldest Nuclear Plant Spurs Debate on Energy24 February 2020
France’s decision to shut its oldest nuclear reactor is stirring controversy about whether President Emmanuel Macron is making the right decisions to reduce fossil fuel pollution and meet climate targets. The analysis of Nicolas Goldberg energy analyst at Colombus Consulting via Bloomberg.