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The Big Four firm will share the audit of the French bank with rival Deloitte
Sharp acceleration of food and energy prices intensifies ECB debate over speed of planned interest rate rises
US bank in negotiations with groups including Expobank and insurer Reso-Garantia
Quantitative tightening has triggered a reserves flight from US commercial banks to money-market funds. Now what?
Most regulators and industry heavyweights believe banks and asset managers are protected
Newfangled lenders had effectively become banks
A Saudi prince, a Taliban financier, international spycraft and pallets of US dollars — it’s a story with everything. Except evidence.
UK-focused lender attempts to diversify away from mortgages
Governments seeking popularity are adopting measures that hurt banks and unfairly benefit large property owners
Fake investments and fraudsters impersonating the police cost victims the most, says UK Finance
Record levels of online fraud in the UK show a vastly different approach is needed
Lender has become the second in the country to fold after failing to raise capital
Asset manager is listed but German corporate structure allows parent Deutsche Bank to call the shots
Plus, fintech’s easy money runs out and an interview with open banking fintech Yapily
Swiss bank moves away from cautious approach to pursue more profitable business
Customers forced to place orders by phone as US bank suffers another systems issue
JPMorgan, Bank of America and Citigroup tier-one ratios to rise about 1 percentage point
Bank ignored signs of criminality including suitcases of cash, Switzerland’s top criminal court rules
Executives want to convince investors it is a global bank, not a European institution
Receiving a passing grade will not necessarily encourage all banks to shower more cash on their shareholders
Swiss bank to start recouping part of $690mn Bluestone Resources owes lender’s clients
Intense competition in home loans market is incentivising lenders to seek more lucrative niches
Paranoia over unapproved messaging will only create more problems for regulators.
Bank agrees £2.3bn deal after beating rivals such as Starling
History shows diverging sovereign bond yields have high economic and political costs