Lasting damage of third-party misconduct

Groups’ share prices drop on average 2.6% after penalties

UniCredit chief explores strategy options

Italian lenders brace for results of European health check

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Barclays and UK say goodbye to big time

Shrink and swim strategy leaves the City without a global investment bank, writes Philip Augar

Morgan Stanley brokers in pay dispute

Bank says issues caused by ‘one-off situations’

Online lenders push for voluntary code

US industry counters concerns over abusive practices

Movers & shakers: August 3

Laurence Tosi appointed Airbnb CFO after leaving Blackstone

Europe freezes Cayman hedge funds out

Most large managers denied Europe-wide marketing ‘passport’

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Pensions beat funds on gender diversity

Females occupy nearly a fifth of senior roles at large investors

Fund houses undaunted by China woes

Foreign asset managers maintain their exposure to mainland stocks

Goldman out of top 10 Europe managers

BlackRock is bestselling European fund manager

Honeywell landed with debt-ridden pension funds

Company acquires two unrelated schemes in deal for Elster

Pensioners promised sky-high parking yields

Doubts raised over airport investment scheme with 8% guarantee

How to . . . avoid holiday scams

Fraudsters are exploiting the trend to book holiday homes online

HSBC nears $4bn sale of Brazilian arm

Bank also in exclusive talks to sell Turkish operations to ING

Businesses use art to shape their image

Companies eye the bigger picture and invest creatively

Reality bites for European banks

The pitfalls of long-held global ambitions are becoming clearer

Osborne ‘itching’ to start sale of RBS

UK Chancellor keen to offload the 80% state stake held since financial crisis bailout

London’s bright lights lure traders back

Financiers value lifestyle over Switzerland’s lower tax bill

BoE admits it was subject of police probe

Investigation focused on suspicion of monetary policy leaks to crime family

Short-sellers step up assault on Noble

Shares in commodities trader plunge to 6-year low

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