The head of EY’s US business quit the Big Four accounting firm after a power struggle with its global boss, and German police raided DWS and Deutsche Bank offices over allegations DWS misrepresented green investments. Plus, Hungary’s autocratic prime minister is trying to build a superbank to increase his financial control over the country. 

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