Two UK banks' diverging fortunes, the latest EU-Greece banking spat, and US holding company requirements for foreign banks

The banking team discusses the varying fortunes of HSBC and RBS, the latest spat between the EU and Greece over the treatment of the Greek banking system, and Deutsche Bank reveals some details about how it will cope with the new obligation for foreign banks operating in the United States to have a US holding companies. Patrick Jenkins is joined by Martin Arnold,banking editor; Sam Fleming, financial policy correspondent; Daniel Schäfer, investment banking correspondent, and Peter Spiegel, Brussels bureau chief.

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