Martin Arnold is joined from Hong Kong by Henny Sender, chief international finance correspondent, for an inside look at BlackRock, where plans for Larry Fink's succession are picking up speed. Sam Fleming has news that the Financial Stability Board is considering putting asset managers under closer scrutiny, treating them as Global Systemically Important Financial Institutions, a classification currently reserved for big banks and insurers. Finally, Dan Schäfer looks ahead to Q1 results for the big US and European banks, with JPMorgan among several big names expected to see falls in fixed income trading revenues

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