BoE ‘could loosen’ bank buffer requirement

Senior financiers expect rainy day fund will be halted post Brexit

Week in Review

Week in Review: July 2

Ikea recall, Goldman in BHS spotlight, Europe banks fail US stress tests

China’s fund industry almost doubles in 2015

Investors looking to flee face restrictions imposed by Beijing

UniCredit’s Mustier back on familiar ground

Italian lender’s new chief will take on one of the toughest jobs in banking

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Mary Francis bounces back from her last banking stint

Could she recoup the money she lost at A&L?

Janus buys into ex-Pimco manager’s fund

Investment group backs Vineer Bhansali’s hedge fund

Mexico raises rates to shore up peso

Currency has taken hammering since Britain voted to leave EU

Carney warns of ‘post-traumatic stress’

BoE hints at more easing as sterling falls and gilts go negative

Brexit: interest rate outlook will shift

Future historians may conclude this is one of the most important ripple effects of the poll

Renzi needs a banking plan that will work

Italy’s prime minister is running out of time to recapitalise the sector

Insurers want a voice in Brexit talks

Industry concerned banking will dominate negotiations

Italian banks: encore (non)performance

Country’s lenders, and PM Matteo Renzi are running out of options

Brexit: Europe plots a bank heist

London-based companies may need to move chunks of their business — but which cities in the EU will benefit most?

UniCredit brings back Mustier as chief

Frenchman faces task of turning round Italian bank struggling with €80bn bad loans

Deutsche Bank hit by IMF hazard warning

Report warns German lender ‘most important net contributor to systemic risks’

Europe’s bank regulator eyes London exit

Uncertainty over bank occupiers chills London property market

Brexit forex trading bonanza boosts banks

Record day on foreign exchange desks tested stamina and resilience

HSBC’s chairman commits to UK base

Britain’s biggest bank rules out moving HQ after Brexit vote

Brexit gives Dombrovskis sway over banks

Former Latvian PM inherits EU financial services brief

Pension watchdog rules out deal clearance

Regulator says mandatory requirement would be ‘disproportionate’

Brexit threatens City of London: a Q&A

UK’s exit from the EU threatens a key industry for London

HSBC rules out leaving London after Brexit vote

Chairman says referendum result would not prompt review of bank’s HQ

US banks to pay $96bn after stress tests

Shareholders in line for biggest payouts since financial crisis

UniCredit appoints Mustier as new chief executive

Hire fills gap left by Federico Ghizzoni, who left Italy’s biggest bank by assets in May

Vanke shareholder rejects ousting of board

Backing from China Resources relieves pressure on chairman Wang Shi

Questions of Brexit for a financial adviser

Don’t put off key decisions just because of the uncertainty

City jobs market faces prolonged slowdown

Banks reluctant to hire while Brexit negotiations continue

Opening China’s markets a matter of time

Decision by MSCI not to list A-shares is a minor setback

Diversity push drives SGX-Baltic tie-up

The Asian bourse had just one significant IPO last year and is losing ground to regional competitors

CIBC in $3.8bn deal for PrivateBancorp

Canadian lender to acquire Chicago-based group in push to expand south of border

Bank capital: stress less

Fed is allowing lenders to return much more capital to shareholders

IMF steps up call for German bank reforms

Low-rates era threatens financial sector’s profitability, fund warns

Banks unveil new capital plans: breakdown

Banking sector shares boosted by dividend and buyback fillip

Deutsche and Santander fail stress tests

Fed orders Morgan Stanley to resubmit capital plan by end of 2016

Renzi rebuffed on bank bail-in sidestep

Merkel and ECB dismiss Italy PM’s bid to exploit Brexit turmoil

HK’s shares watchdog growls at BofA

Bank failed to disclose its trading in two companies it was advising

Capital markets union plan to sideline City

While London bankers doubt project has future, EU wants to press on

GAM buys $4bn hedge fund manager Cantab

Swiss manager builds quantitative investing unit as profits sour

Goldman mystique based on goal-hanging

MPs incredulous at bank’s no-fee advice to Sir Philip Green

SocGen commits to the UK

French bank says that London will remain one of the world’s big financial hubs

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