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Central bank carrying out on-site inspections of asset managers

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Dutch state to sell ABN Amro stake

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Good times fade away for forex traders

After $10bn in fines, the currencies trading industry has decided it is time to grow up

Risks not reflected in bank fine reaction

Full litigation risk clouded by lack of regulatory transparency

Nationwide CEO to step down after 9 years

Graham Beale exits as mutual’s profits soar amid rise in lending

Regulator outlines scope of banking probe

FCA focus on choice and transparency in capital markets and M&A

‘Challenger’ banks similar to big lenders

New entrants unlikely to attract customers and offer competition

Piraeus Bank offloads Egyptian operation

Sale means rare piece of good news for Greek financial sector

Deutsche Bank investors in protest vote

Shareholders express anger as close to 40% fail to back top team

Paris attacks UK’s EU bank reform opt-out

Dry run in UK push for special treatment within single market

Shareholders punished for sins of trader

Fines are expensive way of forcing a bank to change culture

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