Daily Archives: September 20, 2016

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss data showing the importance of the single market, Deutsche Bank’s potential $14bn fine, and the fallout from the Wells Fargo mis-selling scandal, with special guest Terry Jorde, chief of staff at the Independent Community Bankers of America.

 

Britain’s exit from the European Union is causing headaches for thousands of companies that rely on ‘passporting rights’ to do business in other European countries. Patrick Jenkins discusses the scale of the problem with Martin Arnold, the FT’s banking editor and Laura Noonan, investment banking correspondent. Music: Kevin MacLeod

 

After being taken for a ride, customers should bridle at the guff in the bank’s apology advert, says Lucy Kellaway