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ING Gains on $1.2 Billion Sale of Stake in U.S. Insurer Voya

(Updates with pricing in second paragraph.) Sept. 3 (Bloomberg) -- ING Groep NV, the biggest Dutch bank, gained in Amsterdam trading as it reduced its stake in a former U.S. insurance unit, Voya Financial Inc., to about 32 percent by selling about ... Washington Post, 2 weeks ago

JPMorgan Sees European Banks Rising 10% on ECB Results

Deutsche Bank AG (DBK) and Societe Generale SA (GLE) are among lenders seen driving a 10 percent gain among European banks by year-end as investor concerns over their capital levels and legal bills ease, JPMorgan Chase & Co. analysts said. ...
 BusinessWeek2 weeks ago

BBA Brief 30 July 2014

Tougher regulation regime from Bank The Bank of England will today publish two new regulation documents on the senior managers regime and banking remuneration ( FT , £, p1). According to the FT, this new regime could include powers to claw back ...
 British Bankers' Association1 month ago

NCAA to Pay $70 Million in Concussion Accord: Business of Law

The National Collegiate Athletic Association agreed to pay $70 million for the testing and diagnosis of student athletes who may have suffered concussions in competition over the past 50 years. The agreement is part of a proposed settlement of ...
 BusinessWeek1 month ago

UBS, Deutsche Bank Could Really Do Without All These Probes-Into-Possibly-Shady-Business Announcements

UBS AG and Deutsche Bank AG's better-than-estimated second-quarter earnings were overshadowed by the disclosure of new regulatory probes as the banks struggle to boost revenue. While Deutsche Bank and UBS posted clean pretax profits ahead of ...
 Dealbreaker1 month ago UBS, Deutsche Bank's Earnings Overshadowed by Litigation Costs  Washington Post1 month ago
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Credit Suisse to Exit Commodities After Biggest Loss Since 2008

July 22 (Bloomberg) -- Credit Suisse Group AG said it will exit commodities trading as a $2.6 billion fine to settle a U.S. tax investigation pushed the Swiss bank to its biggest quarterly loss since 2008. The bank's net loss in the second quarter ...
 Washington Post1 month ago Credit Suisse to Exit Commodities, Posts Big Qaurter Loss  Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide1 month ago
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Morning Coffee: Ex Goldman VP advises on quitting the firm. Credit Suisse to make emerging markets and credit layoffs too?

Seven years of saving before you can go The last time a Goldman Sachs vice president quit the firm and went public, everyone got to know about it. Greg Smith famously wrote a New York Times Op-ed column, followed by a book and a storm of ...
 EFinancialCareers.com.au1 month ago
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Credit Suisse Posts Biggest Loss Since 2008 After U.S. Fine

Credit Suisse Group AG , Switzerland's second-biggest bank, posted its biggest quarterly loss since 2008 after settling an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice for $2.6 billion in May. The bank's net loss in the second quarter was 700 ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago

Bank asset review and litigation costs cast results shadow

European banks will be under pressure at upcoming results to reassure investors about the strength of their balance sheets, after troubles at Portugal's BES and a record $9 billion fine on BNP Paribas gave shareholders a jolt. Investors have ...
 4 Traders2 months ago
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