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Things worth reading: 15th October 2009

Things we're reading today include …


Lloyds asks taxpayers for another £5bn (Guardian)
UK government won't underwrite Lloyds rights, report (Telegraph)
Lloyds in talks to sell HBOS private client assets (Times)
Commerzbank sells off Kleinwort (BBC)
JPMorgan Chase’s towering income lifts bank shares (Times)
J.P. Morgan Chase Results: Four Analyst Quick Takes (Wall Street Journal)
Goldman Sachs poised to inflame row on bankers' pay with strong third quarter results (Telegraph)


Bruce Wasserstein dies (Telegraph)
Financier who lost millions of investors' money feared missing (Telegraph)

Missing financier facing police inquiry over alleged £70m debts (Times)
FSA cracks down on City job candidates (Times)


Seven financial mistakes that ended disastrously (Bill Shrink)

Quote of the Day:

"I also had women speak to me and say that prostitution was being used in client deals or in ways to generate
business – and that all of this culture created a very hostile
environment, as you would expect, for female employees."

Kat Banyard of the Fawcett Society testimony to the Treasury select committee 
City bankers 'regularly offer prostitutes to clients' (Guardian)

About Chris M Skinner

Chris M Skinner
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