What can StanChart expect from Bill?

A pundit introduces the well-networked former JPMorgan banker

Pay secrets every banker lusts to learn

The thing about investment banking is that status is an invisible commodity, writes Simon Samuels

Obama set for battle on pensions reform

World watches as US tackles key problem of mis-selling retirement products

Minouche Shafik, Deputy Governor of the Bank of England.
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Bank of England banishes ‘fireside chats’

Central bank overhauls City dealings in transparency drive

The Nasdaq logo is seen on the exterior of the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York, in this April 2, 2013
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The legend of Silicon Valley’s unicorns

Tech companies are raising private money through financing rounds rather than IPOs

EU corporate pension fund hole expands

Fall in long-term bond yields sent liabilities up 11-18% in 2014

Winters eyes new spring for StanChart

New chief set to address three key areas after taking charge

RBS targets full return to private sector

Lender steps up restructuring after seventh consecutive annual loss

FT Bankers breakfast in the braken room. Picture shows Bill Winters, Former Co-Chief Executive of JP Morgan Investment Banking.

Bill Winters: In his own words

StanChart’s incoming boss is a harsh critic of his own industry

Bill Winters: five things you need to know

Former JPMorgan banker takes over at Standard Chartered

Morgan Stanley in $2.6bn mortgage deal

Penalties wrung out of the big banks by DoJ reach about $40bn

Urwin quits JPMorgan for Deutsche Bank

Briton to co-run German group’s investment bank with Colin Fan

UK tax authority summons law enforcers over HSBC data

Police, FCA and SFO to discuss possible probe

Petroceltic challenged on investor vote

Worldview questions process over failed motion to remove chief

Wizz Air shares rise after delayed IPO

Budget airline’s offering benefits from improved market sentiment

Profits jump at ‘comeback kid’ Henderson

Fund manager boosted by rally in European equities and acquisitions

TSB profits rise hindered by high costs

Challenger banking group considers acquisitions to fuel growth

JPMorgan to charge fees for big deposits

Bank expects large clients to withdraw about $100bn in response

Lending Club dips 11% on full-year loss

Marketing and development costs overwhelm fees from loans

‘Dangerous time’ for European private equity

Buyout executives say there is too much money chasing too few assets


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