Appetite for Polish lenders remains strong

Country’s banking industry in far better health than others in EU

StanChart hires IMF’s Viñals as chairman

Peace’s replacement is to relocate to London

UK challenger banks committed to lending

Analysts warn of risky loan exposure

Top JPMorgan banker moves to LionTree

Global investment banks face struggle to retain top talent

Smaller lenders avoid EU bonus cap

Deal suggests Britain can still reach positive results in Brussels

Santander: a brighter yesterday

The bank’s low-risk, geographically diverse strategy has worked — so far

UniCredit and Santander end Pioneer talks

Banks held negotiations for 20 months to merge fund management units

Santander profits dented by currency swings

Brazil, UK and Spain are bank’s most profitable markets

Deutsche begins DoJ talks over mortgage probe

Revenues drop 20 per cent against ‘challenging’ backdrop

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Why Italy’s bad loans are such a headache

Solving Italy’s bad loans will require more than fresh capital injections

Three scenarios for the City after Brexit

How London copes will depend on Theresa May’s negotiations success

Fed and BoJ return to familiar questions

The Japanese economy needs both monetary and fiscal stimulus

Goldman 1MDB woes deepen on conflict suit

Former client EON Capital claims fraudulent misrepresentations over Malaysian bank takeover

Italy seeks private Monte Paschi bailout

Plans includes raising €5bn to avert nationalisation of lender

Commerzbank: capital punishment

Operational risks blamed for fall in core tier one capital ratio

UniCredit shakes up senior management

Mustier to take direct control of strategy, risk and cost structure just days after return

Virgin Money to delay SME lending plan

Chief says challenger bank will focus on preserving asset quality

How Tuscan dream became bad loan nightmare

One family’s €800,000 debt is emblematic of Italy’s bank crisis

Commerzbank warns on capital position

Core tier one capital ratio fell to 11.5% at end of June

Greece loosens limits on cash withdrawals

Attempt to restore confidence in holding money at banks

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