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Digital-only and full-service banking customers now look increasingly similar
Achleitner says international watchdogs struggle to accept legal limits of country’s supervisory boards
Largest regional lenders have all made moves and remaining smaller targets are not as attractive
Scams in which victims are duped into handing over money or sensitive information have leapt 70 per cent
Brian Moynihan, Jamie Dimon and James Gorman buck trend of shorter tenures at US companies
Japanese lender to focus its consumer banking ambitions on Asia after sale of MUFG Union Bank
Regulators’ requirements would freeze out banks and asset managers, say trade groups
Barclays weighs in on whether markets should care quite so much about the struggling real estate developer.
Sectoral levies distort capital allocation and politicise investments
Clients facing billions in losses are furious but Swiss bank cites need to keep collapsed company ticking over to recoup funds
Systematising the tedious tasks of juniors is only partially good news
The 0.79 per cent offer from Platform marks the latest escalation of competition in the mortgage market
Tribunal upholds claim of sex discrimination after line manager refers to ‘birds’
Deep pockets and digital-only strategy give launch into UK consumer banking some chance of success
Britons’ love affair with their ‘flexible friend’ appears to be on the rocks, as buy now, pay later deals emerge
UK lender Chase will be its first overseas retail operation in 222-year history
Banks and asset managers warn of ‘major’ market disruption when licence expires next year
Decision unrelated to small amount of Mafia-linked invoices, says bank
The irony of fintechs is they are entirely reliant on the incumbents they are trying to disrupt
Lender criticised watchdog for missing misconduct by its own bankers and other financial scandals
Deal for fintech platform that provides loans for one-time expenses boosts bank’s consumer business
JPMorgan and Wells Fargo executives point to jump in credit and debit card purchases
Bank names Stephen Scherr’s replacement as it diversifies from volatile to lower-risk businesses
Instead of unburdening the working lives of junior recruits, automation could mean they do more
Plus, a $3bn Blackstone deal falls through in China, and a City lawyer is accused of hacking his rival