Lloyd’s: Insurers could be ‘Uber-ised’

Rivals with big databases could disrupt risk protection industry

Osborne warns of potential Grexit impact

Take hundreds in cash on holiday, chancellor tells tourists

Greek crisis: Readers’ questions answered

How can a country with a population of less than 12m people hold the entire EU to ransom?

Change in the air for Thiam’s Credit Suisse

Eyes on new chief’s master plan for Switzerland’s largest bank

Amicus Finance in talks on bank licence

Omni Partners offshoot plans property-based retail lender

US trade: Trailing behind

The export-import bank is being shuttered, threatening the loss of jobs and overseas contracts

SEC fines KKR over ‘broken’ buyout charges

Failure to disclose how expenses were charged for failed bids

GE sells fleet businesses for $6.9bn

Group is third of the way through its $200bn disposal programme

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Private equity recalls 2007 — and sells

Leveraged buyouts have been absent, but exits hit a record level

Could Grexit and US rates derail deals?

We asked four dealmakers how the rest of 2015 will play out

Merger boom means ‘2015 is the new 2007’

US takeovers hit all-time high of $988bn in first half

Maths, not history, drives 2015 deals

Companies have turned to M&A to boost revenues and market share

Deutsche Börse in $697m Stoxx stake talks

German exchange in discussions with venture partner SIX Group about index compiler holding

Shadow banks take lead in risky lending

Post-crisis crackdown leaves Wall St banks more cautious

A boot camp for billionaires

The super-rich study their peers in Switzerland

Prosecutors launch Deutsche Libor probe

Move follows damning watchdog report into failings at bank

Making the most of capital controls

Done well, bank restrictions can secure Greece's place in euro

Mortgage data show UK housing slowdown

Bank of England figures show approval levels down in May

Law firm buying Quindell under scrutiny

Aim-listed insurance group already being scrutinised by FCA

Admiral seals connected car agreement

Insurer to generate video footage of a crash within minutes

Slater & Gordon admits reporting errors

Regulators probe Australian law firm after £637m Quindell deal

Samsung Bioepis eyes Nasdaq listing

South Korean company targets valuation of at least $8bn

Wearables offer customers new ways to pay

Barclaycard unveils trio of devices for contactless payments

US in crackdown on ‘rent-a-tribe’ lenders

Lenders set up on Indian reservations to bypass interest rate caps

NY watchdog probes Isdafix rigging

Benchmark used by traders to set prices for interest rate swaps

Q&A: what options now for Greek banks?

Greece has imposed a bank holiday and sweeping capital controls

Silicon Valley: Inside the winners’ circle

Wealth created by tech groups goes only to investors in the know

Fund managers fight against ‘unbundling’

Direct purchase of research would offering savings to investors but practitioners are against it

Explainer: If Greece leaves the euro

Failure of bailout talks raises fears but would Grexit be so bad?

Can Greece still avoid Grexit?

Bank closures pile pressure on Athens ahead of plebiscite

Credit Suisse and ING in London rethink

Banks frustrated by higher levy and EU debate

Orchard Funding plans London listing

Finance group hopes to become a ‘leading lender’ to small businesses

Vanguard warns on risk to EU from Brexit

Bill McNabb says union itself could splinter if Britain departs

Bank Mandiri chief calls for consolidation

Budi Sadikin frets over competitiveness post-Asean integration

BIS warns of emerging market risks

Resource misallocations and debt burdens to weigh on growth

Low rates hold back growth, warns BIS

Strategy has entrenched reliance on debt and caused misallocation of capital, says bank

China leads the way for shopping malls

Despite slowdown and property woes, market for malls still booms

Q&A: what options now for Greek banks?

Bank holiday or capital controls main choice for financial system

Greeks rush to cash machines

Call by Tsipras for vote on bailout deal sparks bank fears

Nest to offer members pension flexibility

Workplace scheme provider reacts to new rules

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