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European banking editor for The Wall Street Journal. Mustn't grumble. david.enrich@wsj.com

Clubby London Trading Scene Fostered Libor Rate-Fixing Scandal

wsj.com — LONDON-Neil Danziger's trades for Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC generated rich commissions for the brokers who handled them. In return, brokers at London's Tullett Prebon PLC took Mr. Danziger to London strip clubs and spent long weekends with him in Las Vegas, according to people familiar with the relationship.

A Zambian Walking Safari: the Ultimate Wildlife Adventure

wsj.com — MY FRIEND BEN and I were walking through the dusty scrub along the high banks of Zambia's Luangwa River when our safari guide, Deb Tittle, stopped to confer with our rifle-toting scout. A moment later, we were following her down a steep embankment to the river's sandy shore, not far from where crocodiles and hippos lurked in the shallow, muddy water.

U.K. Struggles in Fight Against Insider Trading

wsj.com — LONDON-Carl Linderum was getting ready for work one morning at his London home when he heard a pounding on his door. He figured the group of men outside were employees of his gas provider, there to badger him over a disputed bill. In fact, they were plainclothes police officers and agents from the U.K.'s financial regulator.

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.
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Apr 24, 2015

Is HSBC honestly thinking of moving headquarters out of UK, or trying to influence British tax policy? wsj.com/articles/hsbc-…

Apr 24, 2015

This has got to be the first virtual reality stock-market simulation. Very creative; slightly nauseating. wsj.com/3DNasdaq

Apr 23, 2015

RT @margotpatrick: From the #Libor archives: how brokers and traders engaged in sex, drugs, interest rate manipulation on.wsj.com/1w2Bvli

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