Aberdeen suffers 13th quarter of outflows

UK property fund rocked by EU referendum result

Do not bet on calm markets lasting

A sustained period of low volatility manufactured by central banks cannot disguise growing problems

Singapore toughens bank probes after 1MDB

Regulator admits scandal has tainted city-state’s reputation

Brexit — boon or bane for Amsterdam’s electronic trading?

Watch Philip Stafford’s report on possible repercussions of Brexit on the Netherlands’ capital’s etrading

Clearing rules block derivatives users

Regulations brought in to help shore up the derivatives market are unintentionally impeding users

Fund houses fill corporate lending gap

Study shows growing reliance of companies on asset managers

Michael Sherwood, Vice Chairman pf Goldman Sachs BHS hearings - RSS Business, Innovation and Skills Committee and Work and Pensions Committee Wednesday 29 June 2016

Goldman blamed for role in BHS deal

MPs say bank lent credibility to sale to curry favour with Green

A branch of the Nationwide Building Society on Putney High Street in south west London. Nationwide Building Society have today reported a drop in its pre-tax profits.

Nationwide explores launch into SME lending

Move part of a strategic review to strengthen existing model

Allianz promises closer ties with Pimco

Relationship pledge between German insurer and US bond unit

GE’s shedding of financial unit adds up

Offloading of most of GE Capital meets with favourable timing

Pension schemes stay loyal to hedge funds

There is more retirement money than ever in the asset class

‘We have not seen major [Brexit] panic’

CEO of Pictet AM more worried about short-termism and passive

Brexit ‘stampede’ out of UK funds

M&G, Schroders, Fidelity and Invesco lose billions in withdrawals

Johnson expects City to keep passporting

Foreign secretary says Brexit can be ‘fantastic’ for UK finance

Timing is everything for Manny Roman

New Pimco chief is a popular and loyal ‘process man’

UK insurers censured over sales agents

‘Widespread’ evidence of bad practices and potential mis-selling of policies

GE warns of weak oil equipment market

Group’s second-quarter results boosted by jet engine unit

Northern business fears over funding

Funds for UK small businesses drawn from EU regional development money

PayPal and Visa ink partnership agreement

Deal resolves competitive tension between the two payments groups

MasterCard bags Vocalink for £700m

US cards issuer buys 92.4% of group that was owned by British banks

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