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European banks’ reciprocity draws scrutiny

efinancialnews.com — When Deutsche Bank hired 25 banks last summer to help it raise about $9 billion of new capital, it made some unusual selections. In addition to a handful of Wall Street stalwarts, three Italian banks made the cut. Japan's Nomura was on the list. So was a large Austrian bank.

European Banks’ Reciprocity Draws Scrutiny

wsj.com — LONDON-When Deutsche Bank AG hired 25 banks last summer to help it raise about $9 billion of new capital, it made some unusual selections. In addition to a handful of Wall Street stalwarts, three Italian banks made the cut. Japan's Nomura Holdings Inc. was on the list. So was a large Austrian bank.

Rebellion at Standard Chartered as Senior Staff Push for New Leadership

wsj.com — Hundreds of Standard Chartered PLC's most senior executives gathered earlier this month on Singapore's Sentosa island to address the global bank's dimming fortunes. From a lectern at a colonial-style resort, Chief Executive Peter Sands warned that management has just a few months to turn around the bank or risk losing the support of the board of directors, according to attendees.

Standard Chartered CEO Is Under Pressure From Shareholders, Regulators, Staff

wsj.com — Hundreds of Standard Chartered PLC's most senior executives gathered earlier this month on Singapore's Sentosa island to address the global bank's dimming fortunes. From a lectern at a colonial-style resort, Chief Executive Peter Sands warned that management has just a few months to turn around the bank or risk losing the support of the board of directors, according to attendees.

Standard Chartered CEO under pressure

marketwatch.com — Hundreds of Standard Chartered PLC's most senior executives gathered earlier this month on Singapore's Sentosa island to address the global bank's dimming fortunes. From a lectern at a colonial-style resort, Chief Executive Peter Sands warned that management has just a few months to turn around the bank or risk losing the support of the board of directors, according to attendees.

Key Standard Chartered shareholders want change at the top

efinancialnews.com — Hundreds of Standard Chartered's most senior executives gathered earlier this month on Singapore's Sentosa island to address the global bank's dimming fortunes. From a lectern at a colonial-style resort, chief executive Peter Sands warned that management has just a few months to turn around the bank or risk losing the support of the board of directors, according to attendees.

Standard Chartered CEO Is Under Pressure From Several Fronts

wsj.com — Hundreds of Standard Chartered PLC's most senior executives gathered earlier this month on Singapore's Sentosa island to address the global bank's dimming fortunes. From a lectern at a colonial-style resort, Chief Executive Peter Sands warned that management has just a few months to turn around the bank or risk losing the support of the board of directors, according to attendees.

European regulators pressure big banks to increase capital

European Regulators Pressure Big Banks to Increase Capital

wsj.com — LONDON-European regulators are turning up the pressure on large banks to further strengthen their balance sheets amid nagging concerns about Europe's financial and economic health. The European Central Bank's bank-regulatory arm in recent weeks wrote letters to most of the eurozone's largest banks, instructing some to increase their capital cushions to levels well above formal regulatory requirements and pushing others to improve...

Bank of Italy Gov. Visco: ‘Who Knows’ Whether QE Program Will Be Big Enough

wsj.com — DAVOS, Switzerland-Bank of Italy Gov. Ignazio Visco said it isn't clear whether the European Central Bank's bond-buying program announced last week will be big enough. "Who knows?" Mr. Visco said in an interview when asked whether the ECB's announced plans to purchase about €60 billion ($67.2 billion) a month in eurozone government bonds and other assets will be large enough to effectively counter deflation.
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Mar 01, 2015

RT @Shayndi: Cartel or just smart business? @davidenrich and I expose how investment banks scratch each other's backs. on.wsj.com/1aGCmlQ

Mar 01, 2015

Are big banks operating as a cartel as they dole out assignments to each other? wsj.com/articles/europ… with @Shayndi pic.twitter.com/B4bR3a73Rl

Feb 27, 2015

Exclusive: CFTC joins growing investigation into banks' controversial tax-dodging trades. wsj.com/articles/u-s-r… by @jennystrasburg

Feb 27, 2015

Bill Winters and Jamie Dimon hadn't spoken in years. Until yesterday. on.wsj.com/18rB8tM

Feb 26, 2015

The last time a US investment banker ran a UK bank, it didnt end well. Now it's Bill Winters's turn. on.wsj.com/1AaAuGy by @davidwighton

Feb 26, 2015

Bill Winters was only approached about the Standard Chartered CEO job a few weeks ago. wsj.com/articles/stand… by @margotpatrick @MaximColch

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