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Things worth reading: 17th November 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Cheap loans from Bank of England ‘rig the market’, small lenders claim Spanish bank BBVA in merger talks with smaller rival Sabadell Making banking better for billions with next-gen technology Britain decouples from EU with delay to bank and investment rules How Chime Is …

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Things worth reading: 16th November 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Did Deutsche Bank Fund Auschwitz, Trump, Jeffrey Epstein, and ISIS? Banks in Europe Face Potential $1.7 Trillion Covid-19 Cliff The Bank of England will not protect banks from digital currencies, says deputy governor Banking giant Goldman Sachs lets in more women The $5tn club: …

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Things worth reading: 13th November 2020

Things we’re reading today include … JPMorgan drops from top of FSB’s list of systemically important banks World’s Safest Banks 2020 New report shows perceptions of challenger and traditional banks Wall Street ‘old boys club’ lets in more women City regulator warns on three Brexit ‘cliff-edge’ risks NatWest Group eyes …

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Things worth reading: 12th November 2020

Things we’re reading today include … European banks are desperate to pay dividends AI Can Make Bank Loans More Fair An early stablecoin? The Bank of Amsterdam and the governance of money Banks around world in joint pledge on ‘green recovery’ after Covid Covid means UK ‘sleep-walking into a debt …

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Things worth reading: 11th November 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Deutsche Bank to sell retail banking IT unit to TCS for €1 Reimagining retail banking: Tech, innovation and collaboration key to survival UK banks prep IT systems for negative rates Watchdog warns banks on dangers of outsourcing technology Ant faces tortuous path back to …

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Things worth reading: 10th November 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Will the Bank of England’s reliance on quantitative easing work for the UK economy? Sunak sets out ‘green’ post-Brexit financial services regime Global markets rally as Biden heads for White House Brexit: EU and UK negotiators resume trade talks in London South Korea financial …

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Things worth reading: 9th November 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Firms fear losing access to top-up loans after lender Tide runs dry EU bank supports projects linked to human rights violations, NGOs claim Jack Ma’s terrible week ‘It’s crazy, but I started my own bank’: the story behind Starling Hong Kong regulator clears funds …

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Things worth reading: 6th November 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Bank of England boss pledges to do ‘everything we can’ Bitcoin: $1bn seized from Silk Road account by US government Ant Group IPO faces at least 6-month delay after Beijing intervention RSA in talks with Intact and Tryg over £7bn takeover deal US justice …

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Things worth reading: 5th November 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Here’s Why Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, and Other U.S. Bank Stocks Are Tanking Today Bank of England expected to launch £100bn of QE as lockdown 2.0 begins JPMorgan warns of another potential regulatory fine tied to weak ‘internal controls’ at bank Silk Road …

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Things worth reading: 4th November 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Ant Group forced to suspend biggest share offering in history Jack Ma setback reminds investors that Beijing is still boss An armed gang crawled through a sewer network to rob a bank in Milan Bank of England: Six things to expect this Thursday Where …

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Things worth reading: 3rd November 2020

Things we’re reading today include … The virus has crushed the challenger bank dream PayPal tops estimates amid surge in online shopping but outlook disappoints Covid-19 sparks consolidation amongst European banks Eight big banks must face U.S. cities’ allegations of municipal bond collusion DeFi Trading App Dharma Now Connects Directly …

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Things worth reading: 2nd November 2020

Things we’re reading today include … Australia’s central bank launches digital currency project Ant Group: How it became a financial giant Business borrowing from banks ‘up fivefold’ amid coronavirus Cubans lose access to vital dollar remittances after latest US sanctions US pension funds failing in climate change challenge EY wins …

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