Banking - Archive

November 2017 articles

Japan’s biggest bank – and the world’s fifth largest – gave London a big vote of confidence overnight by announcing nearly [...]

14 November
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Next week, the chancellor will unveil his Budget, with just 18 months to go before the UK leaves the EU. Despite Brexit uncertainty, [...]

14 November
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Barclays is the latest major bank to turn to a startup as we approach the era of Open Banking, when high street banks will have [...]

13 November
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The Bank of England today took control of the direct delivery of the CHAPS same-day high-value clearing system. [...]

13 November
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Barclays Bank faces a landmark court case this week brought by a customer who claims the bank “took advantage” of him to [...]

13 November
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The board of downtrodden doorstep lender Provident Financial has been blasted by its former boss for a lack of experience in [...]

13 November
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Australian bank Westpac is looking at setting up an affiliate in Europe to serve its clients after the UK leaves the EU, City [...]

13 November
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Shareholders who won a landmark legal action against Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) in the summer face a further wait for their [...]

12 November
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HSBC chairman Mark Tucker is on the lookout for potential acquisition targets, according to shareholders quoted by the Sunday [...]

12 November
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Deutsche Bank has chosen Credit Suisse, Barclays and Citigroup to be the senior bookrunners for the flotation of its asset management [...]

11 November
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TP Icap, the world's largest interdealer broker, is grappling to get its systems back up and running after being hit by a massive [...]

10 November
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JP Morgan greeted increased clarity on the government’s aims on Brexit after its boss Jamie Dimon today met Prime Minister [...]

8 November
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Former UBS and Citigroup trader Tom Hayes, who is currently serving an 11-year sentence for Libor rigging, has won the right [...]

8 November
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The chief executive of Deutsche Bank has hinted  thousands of jobs could soon be cut at the global institution, as technology [...]

8 November
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Digital challenger Revolut is seeking to become an official bank, applying for a licence from the European regulator. [...]

8 November
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