Financial Conduct Authority is re-examining £7.3bn fundraising bank undertook in 2008
Trusted adviser whose opinion was sought after by CEOs, lawyers and bankers
Community banks, which could be the hardest hit if economic tensions between the U.S. and Mexico escalate into a tariff battle, are urging policymakers to refrain from rash action, and big banks are already trimming exposures.
If chosen as Comptroller of the Currency, Joseph Otting’s appointment would be a crucial step in the new administration’s deregulatory efforts.
High leverage is a rising concern as funding is squeezed and margins pressured
The fired chief executive of a New York-based trade group representing asset-backed lenders has sued the group, claiming he was wrongfully dismissed after raising concerns about conflicts of interest and a lack of auditor independence.
Coinbase has received approval from the New York State Department of Financial Services to offer trading of the digital currency Ether, along with other products.
Live Oak Bank, known for streamlining the lending process, has turned its attention to fixing its patchwork approach to cybersecurity.
Single Supervisory Mechanism is tasked with tackling €920bn of non-performing loans
Morgan Stanley holds top spot, JPMorgan takes second place as Goldman slips to third