JPMorgan’s woes, executive tragedy at Zurich and a loss for the Co-op

The banking team return from their summer break to examine the regulatory problems at JPMorgan, as US authorities demand the bank pay more than $6bn to settle allegations of mis-selling and a probe is launched into its hiring practices in Asia. James Shotter joins from Switzerland to discuss what is going on at Zurich Insurance, as the company launches a probe into the death of its former finance chief, and the team look at the Co-operative Bank, who last week announced a massive pre-tax loss, ratcheting up pressure on its bondholders to back a proposed debt restructuring plan

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