Home / Reading (page 4)

Reading

Things worth reading: 9th October 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Deutsche Bank Plans About Half of 18,000 Job Cuts in Germany Baptism of fire for new RBS boss: Alison Rose faces court battle over claim that bank trashed small businesses Race to become UK digital banking leader hots up Unicef now accepting donations through …

Read More »

Things worth reading: 7th October 2019

Things we’re reading today include … ‘I’m being jailed for four emails from 12 years ago’ HSBC to cut up to 10,000 jobs in drive to slash costs: FT Ex-Barclays executives face fraud trial over Qatar rescue Online wealth manager Nutmeg reveals widening losses Libra: PayPal first to drop out …

Read More »

Things worth reading: 4th October 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Small banks must step up if they want to keep their small-business customers PayPal on the verge of quitting Facebook’s Libra project It has been a torrid week for Indian banks Wealth taxes have moved up the political agenda ‘I was scammed by a …

Read More »

Things worth reading: 2nd October 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Visa, Mastercard reconsider backing Facebook’s Libra: WSJ Too big to lend? JPMorgan cash hit Fed limits, roiling U.S. repos ‘Depressing’ gender pay gap widens in fund management firms UBS economist reinstated after China ‘pig’ comments Credit Suisse rocked by suicide as spy scandal deepens  …

Read More »

Things worth reading: 1st October 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Fund managers to be made to warn investors in hard-to-sell assets Christine Lagarde must jump-start change in Europe’s economy Euroclear/H&F: swarm clouds Revolut points to ‘viability’ after increasing revenues Wonga’s legacy of nearly 400,000 mis-sold loans PayPal is first foreign company to win Chinese …

Read More »

Things worth reading: 27th September 2019

Things we’re reading today include … A top banker’s defection from Credit Suisse to UBS is roiling Swiss banking Number of bank transfer scams in UK rises by 40% in a year ABN Amro under investigation for money laundering Banker’s wife who spent £16m in Harrods escapes extradition to Azerbaijan on …

Read More »

Things worth reading: 26th September 2019

Things we’re reading today include … A third of bank branches closed in less than five years Credit Suisse: watching the detectives Danske Bank: Ex-chief caught up in fraud probe found dead You never go to Pret … and 24 other signs you’ve reached financial maturity Monzo closes premium packaged …

Read More »

Things worth reading: 25th September 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Future of Fintech Why robots see no logic in betting against central bankers China’s shadow banking industry roars back The future of the global economy hinges on four games of chicken | Nouriel Roubini Can a computer fool you into thinking it is human? …

Read More »

Things worth reading: 24th September 2019

Things we’re reading today include … The $100 Trillion Opportunity: The Race To Provide Banking To The World’s Poor Ex-Wall Street banker Sean Stewart guilty in second insider trading trial Why the index fund ‘bubble’ should be applauded Setback for Metro Bank as investors snub £250m bond sale Shaky start …

Read More »

Things worth reading: 23rd September 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Lloyds Bank’s fraud detection system ‘the Rat’ sniffs out scammers A bank you might like: apps’ unlikely pitch out to disrupt Australian habits Helena Morrissey tipped to succeed Carney at Bank of England A watershed moment for women as Alison Rose takes charge at …

Read More »

Things worth reading: 20th September 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Changing weather could put insurance firms out of business Brexit/City jobs: iffy on the Liffey U.S. stock exchange competition to heat up in 2020 with new entrants FCA attacked by research houses over Mifid II reforms Two British bankers are on trial in Germany’s …

Read More »

Things worth reading: 19th September 2019

Things we’re reading today include … Cash strapped students targeted as money mules U.S. bankers seize on repo-market stress to push for softer liquidity rules Challenger bank Metro may be challenged on capital Why the Fed was forced to intervene in short-term money markets Consumers’ credit card spending ‘overtakes cash’ …

Read More »