BNY glitch uncertainty lingers for funds

Progress made in getting software system to function properly

Investment banks outshine parent groups

Widespread belief that earnings prowess has been restored

Matchi links banks with fintech start-ups

Lenders sign up to use the online portal to team up on projects

Zopa peer to peer lending company

P2P lender Zopa names Janardana as chief

Founder Andrews becomes chairman as platform targets more savers

British Airways in landmark pensions case

Millions and role of trustees at stake in pensions clash

FCA looks into Aviva-Friends Life tie-up

UK regulator concerned over possible leaks and share price moves

Allianz and Canadian fund eye UK airport

German insurer and Borealis explore bid to US owners

China P2P lender banks on social media use

China Rapid Finance uses Tencent data to judge creditworthiness

Moscow, russia, president of the uralsib financial corporation, nikolai tsvetkov, appears at the awards presentation ceremony of the darin national prize of the russian business and entrepreneurship academy. (Photo by: Sovfoto/UIG via Getty Images)

New age beliefs fail to help Uralsib bank

One of Russia’s top private banks searches for a buyer

BofA investors to vote on Moynihan roles

Some upset over chairman and chief jobs being recombined

Banks warn over European privacy rules

Lenders say laws will make it harder to detect fraud

China banks face surging bad loans

Lenders grappling with toughest market conditions in years

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Week in Review, August 29

Zurich bid for RSA; Facebook, BHP Billiton and BlackRock also in the news

Private banks finally embrace mobile apps

Centuries of tradition gives way to digital banking

Chart that tells a story — the rush to remortgage

A mixed picture — but interest rates are generally low

Black Monday prompts drawdown fears

Advice lines experience higher volumes of calls

HSBC makes 275,000 delayed payments

Glitch delayed pay before bank holiday weekend

Virgin Money aims at banks’ ‘oligopoly’

Current accounts skewed against customers, says Gadhia

‘Flash crash’ trader denied hearing delay

Sarao will have his extradition case heard next month

Two-speed UK housing market returns

London, south-east and eastern England rise at double national rate

European banks fight to manage US pensions

RBS, Deutsche and UBS urge regulator to grant exemptions

Payments company iZettle raises €60m

Latest move by investors to back European fintech start-ups

Professional services: Accounting for change

Consulting is back in vogue among the Big Four, but is audit quality at risk?

Atlas Mara: Diamond in the rough

Shares in former Barclays chief’s African venture are struggling

Hastings gears up for £1bn autumn float

Chief executive assures investors Goldman-backed insurer has ‘eye on the ball’

Use of covenants wanes in debt markets

‘False bravado’ and investors’ lack of protection causes concern

Oil price fall hits Canada’s big banks

Jump in bad loan provisions drags down company earnings

Japan Post eyes freebies for IPO delivery

Brokers fret over how to make a very heavy package appealing

Aldermore profits surge on strong lending

Specialist lender warns on rising competition in mortgage market

Barclays and US exchanges win HFT case

Lawsuit claiming bank rigged ‘dark pool’ trading venue thrown out

Funds scramble to assess computer glitch

Software problem at BNY Mellon may have led to inaccurate prices

Mahathir tells Malaysia PM to resign

Malaysian ex-leader pours scorn on PM’s defence amid 1MDB scandal

Betty Power makes Wm Hill the wallflower

Proposed Paddy Power-Betfair deal caps a year of frenetic deal-doing by gambling groups

Private equity ‘secondaries’ evolve

Investors are finding it simpler to trade in and out of historically illiquid asset class

Make up your mind on banking regulation

Banks need to know how much capital they must have

Bank sell-off to hit capital raisings

Widening gap between market cap and book value means equity issues will be painful for investors

Uber: Chinese traffic jam

Ride-sharing company takes its time to raise money in China

Sberbank: one steppe at a time

Lender’s results will confound the bears on Russia

Polish banks caught in election crossfire

Law and Justice party’s idea to tax lenders’ assets is latest twist in dispute over mortgage woes

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