Fannie and Freddie sold off as suit fails

Fairholme and Perry hit by ruling to dismiss investor case

Goldman fund takes stake in Caxton

Petershill buys nearly 10% of macro hedge fund manager

New York and London vie for world title

Financial centres face competition from emerging Asian hubs

Mortgage insurers: in the tranches

Private groups are taking share from government sold insurance

RBC pushes aggressively into US dealmaking market

RBC now earns more than half its investment banking revenue in US

Banks pull out of dozens of benchmarks

Withdrawals in wake of rate scandals could leave investors blind

KPMG gains legal services licence

Firm can now operate on a multidisciplinary practice basis

Mercer strips Pimco funds of top rating

Consultant’s downgrade triggers review by UK pension fund client

Ebay defends spin-off plan for PayPal

Strategy switch after pressure from activist investor Icahn

RAC van

Buyout managers face investor competition

Years of low interest rates push big funds to invest cash directly

Multibillion cross-border deals return

M&A activity is at a level dealmakers have not seen since 2008

State Street fires back in ETF price war

Follows rivals in slashing ETF fees

Deutsche Bank withholds bonuses

Executives will not receive latest instalment of 2011 pay

Inflexion raises £1bn for private deals

Investment group targeting small to medium sized companies

Local authorities turn to capital markets

Investor appetite for public sector debt has increased

Wonga profits halved as clampdown bites

Payday lender reports exceptional charge of £18.8m

Gross exit from Pimco tests bond market

Fund redemption fears rise, but patient investors may be rewarded

ICAP cuts jobs and shuts desks

Interdealer broker to take charge of £35m-£45m as revenues fall

Saga seeks to regain ground

Finance chief Howard plans to quit

Hong Kong ups game as competition rises

Special administrative area is working hard to maintain its renminbi dominance


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