Shadow banks push for easing of loan caps

US bill would let investment vehicles borrow more against equity

Negative rates pose corporate conundrum

European companies still unsure about putting cash to better use

Bankers to make €130m in fees from Monte Paschi rights issue

Issue comes less than year after lender raised €5bn

China brokers’ capital rush fuels margin-fed rally

Record fundraisings ploughed back into loans to invest in market

Deutsche bucks trend to little advantage

It remains a full-service European investment bank in an unfriendly climate

Swiss fountain of youth for Source

Company seeks to re-energise ETF business with new office

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - FEBRUARY 03: Aerial view of the London Array, an off-shore wind farm in the Thames Estuary in the United Kingdom on February 03, 2014. The world's largest wind farm is a partnership between Dong Energy A/S, E.ON AG and Masdar. Photo by Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images)

Peer-to-peer body to ban institutional ‘cherry-picking’

Banks and asset managers pouring millions into sector

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Asian manager Pidcock quits Newton

‘Rising star’ will start a fund at Jupiter

Dutch state to sell ABN Amro stake

Ministers hope to recoup money from financial crisis rescue

Final salary pensions gap worsens

Regulator says £44bn of extra contributions have failed to narrow deficit

Co-founder of Blackstone’s GSO unit quits

Doug Ostrover’s retirement adds to fears of more senior exits

Powerhouse Habitat set to go public

First large publicly listed residential investment trust for France

Regulator outlines scope of banking probe

FCA focus on choice and transparency in capital markets and M&A

Emaar Misr IPO seen as positive for Egypt

Stock market starts to recover from effects of political turmoil

Campbell and Sieghart — Vrumi with a view

Sir David Scholey targeted by activists; also Barclays’ third way

Tungsten’s Truell hits at short-sellers

Invoice financing chief launches £15m fundraising and vows to prove doubters wrong

Deutsche Bank investors in protest vote

Shareholders express anger as close to 40% fail to back top team

Shareholders punished for sins of trader

Fines are expensive way of forcing a bank to change culture

A cautionary tale from Chinese business

When polluters go unpunished, we must be willing to live in a toxic environment, writes Joe Zhang

HK market under scrutiny as Goldin falls

Loss of $36bn in market cap in two days shines spotlight on territory’s market rules


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