Cantor nets $1.4m sign-on bonus at Moelis

Ex-Republican leader to be paid at least $2m annually at bank

Barclays meets goal with unit’s sale

Disposal of Spanish arm allows chief to hit year-end target

Lock-up expiries will unlock IPO demand

Bolt cutters won’t be needed for 23 main market businesses, writes Jonathan Guthrie

Banks warn on new global funding rules

Basel regulations will make key equities trades more expensive

Spanish banks: home alone

Overseas banks are getting out of Spain, leaving domestic lenders to consolidate

Lenders eye levy for banks in distress

Emergency liquidity facility considered

Goldman lent $835m to BES before bailout

Deal with Portuguese lender could inflict losses on US bank

Financial reforms will not help crises

Unlike a bailout, bailing in creditors will inflict losses on other institutions, writes John Plender

Mallya declared ‘wilful defaulter’ by bank

Indian liquor baron opted not to repay loan, says UBI

Barclays loses £500m on Spanish sale

Deal cements Caixabank’s position as largest retail bank in Spain

China’s bad bank clean-up crew

The work-out groups set to take burden of souring loans

Citi pays allowances to avoid bonus cap

US bank joins peers in boosting fixed pay

Draghi approaches his Abenomics moment

The question is whether large-scale QE will do more good than harm

Official data mask China’s bank problems

US bonds are tracking ECB policy

European monetary easing could aid Fed exit strategy

US banking: too small to fail

Small US banks are punching above their weight

Experts warn banks of more cyber attacks

Week in Review, August 30

Burger King, Shell, RBS and Brazilian telecoms also in the news

Lending to small groups must be simpler

European businesses are still struggling to get credit

FCA orders banks to reopen 2.5m PPI claims


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