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Ben McLannahan covers banks from New York, as the FT’s US banking editor. He was previously a correspondent in Tokyo and a Lex writer in Hong Kong and London.
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New EU transparency rules have radically altered investor-company introductions
Scandal-stricken bank may not rebound like JPMorgan Chase after the ‘London Whale’
UK is among a handful of big markets not to offer money for raising alarms
Transformation of the lending landscape since the crisis brings a new set of risks
Claims that new EU regulations will leave smaller companies unloved are questionable
Jack Ma, Rio Tinto, Apple/Microsoft, Unilever and Deutsche Bank
Brexit, Warren Buffett/Goldman Sachs, Uber, WeWork
Platforms once out to change ‘the entire system’ move away from ‘tech’ — and risk
Process included chief executive David Solomon and predecessor Lloyd Blankfein
Wall Street bank accused of putting deals ahead of proper compliance in 1MDB case
Success of Goldman Sachs’ new retail bank in UK contrasts with Brexit gloom of rivals
Former executives accuse Japanese group and its CEO of cheating them out of $100m
UBS/Santander, Daimler, IG Group and Tesla
Campbell Soup, Apple/Tim Cook, Pernod Ricard, energy drinks, Wonga, Amigo Loans
Upgrade mostly arranges online loans for consumers to pay down credit card debt
There is a message here for companies trying to shrug off a hit to their reputation
Behind the worried noises about bitcoin, banks are thinking about custody services and trade facilitation
Message from Wall Street seems emphatic: we’ve caught up, and we’re crushing it
Mounting concern in the City over the a potential no-deal Brexit; an interview with outgoing RBS finance director Ewen Stevenson, and a look at UBS’s second-quarter results.
The new boss springs from investment banking and vows to get a grip on the trading arm
Investors fret that the Fed’s rate rises will force them to pay more to depositors
Trump’s reform cut the New York-based bank’s effective tax rate from 32% last year to 24% now
The continent’s lenders are looking at takeover deals to build scale and defend themselves against US rivals, but is the timing right?
The bank promotes its trading chief even as it builds out other parts of the business
Promotion of Ted Pick solidifies his status as heir apparent to James Gorman