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Equivalence won’t stop the need for big finance firms to set up shop across the channel. Nor will it satisfy the “Singapore-on-Thames” crowd.
The real estate broker’s mantra needs a small adaptation for the world’s least affordable housing market.
Also lunch, warrants, Jump, blockchain and airplane seating.
The lifeline thrown to Carige brings to mind the ill-fated Atlante rescue of two Venetian lenders. Is this a voyage that’s really worth repeating?
Also Palantir, unicorn indexes, Google hedge funds and turkey blockchains.
Jack Bogle, the Vanguard founder, has it wrong: The financial-services industry does add value to the economy.
The U.S. choice to head the Financial Stability Board wouldn’t have the independence needed to press banks on reforms.
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Distractions and disarray are threatening to upend Trump’s presidency. Can he possibly stay focused?
Why would the president risk adding to Mueller’s obstruction inquiry? There are bigger things at stake for him.
Friendly terrain is shrinking, and the culture is changing.
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Tapping into the Indonesian taxi startup's trove of data could boost the bank’s online lending.
The country’s a gold rush for Chinese P2P operators blocked at home — until the government decides to crack down.
Ingenico missed the wave of consolidation in the payments processing industry. That doesn’t mean it will be independent for long.
A stock market rout and rising yields have sent a flood of money into the fund giant. Its higher-yield strategies are benefiting.
In the race to succeed London as Europe’s financial capital, banks aren’t above throwing their weight around.
State-owned managers of distressed debt are being forced to shrink after overseas adventures.
KPMG’s British arm is doing the right thing. Others should follow, even if it proves costly for them.
So much for the hope that emerging markets would be a reliable way to counteract European banks’ lackluster domestic businesses.
Andrea Enria is a good pick as Europe’s banking supervisor-in-chief. Should he be approved, don’t expect him to go easy on his home country.
Also Goldman partners, BofA bankers, buyback IPOs and crypto capital.
Persimmon boss Jeff Fairburn is departing after receiving Britain’s most generous CEO reward. It’s hard to argue he provided value for money.
It's possible for executives to time management buyouts to get the lowest price and keep the upside for themselves.
A custodian of public money investing in a Chinese state-led initiative already marred by financial troubles? Please, no.
The hedge fund best known for gutting newspapers has an interesting real estate deal going on.
Also bank software, independent board chairs, management buyouts and duct tape.
Hostile deals are tricky to pull off in asset management. That might give the Swiss firm’s new boss a chance.
Returning to a (tiny) profit is nice but the bad debt demons are likely to surface in unexpected areas.
Also follow-ons, buybacks and consultants.
The Swiss money manager is cheap, but there are many reasons why.
Trillions of dollars of financial assets are at risk.
A DBS windfall from rising interest rates may be overcome by the impact on trade finance of tariff wars.
The “Financial Independence, Retire Early” advocates are using assumptions about future market returns that are unrealistic.
Also voting rights, polite activism, pine cones and lotteries.
U.S. charges paint a picture of wider institutional flaws.
False accusations of misconduct are clouding the credibility for everyone.