Daily Archives: December 13, 2016

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss Unicredit’s restructuring plan, the implication for Goldman Sachs of another departure from its ranks, the bank’s number two Garry Cohn, the recent hacking of customer accounts at the UK’s Tesco Bank and international efforts to tackle cybercrime. With special guests Jean-Pierre Mustier, head of Unicredit, and Sarah Bloom-Raskin, US deputy Treasury secretary.

 

The latest stage of Jean-Pierre Mustier’s plan for Italy’s largest bank involves slashing jobs and shedding a vast bad-debt portfolio. Patrick Jenkins, the FT’s financial editor, discusses the plan with Martin Arnold, banking editor. With clips from Unicredit’s chief executive Jean-Pierre Mustier. Music by Kevin MacLeod.

 

We are talking to Hooi Ling Tan, the co-founder of one of Southeast Asia’s biggest start-ups, mobile ride-hailing service Grab. Our Singapore correspondent, Jeevan Vasagar, discovers that it all started from her own experiences as a teenager.

 

The investment consultant and author of “Winning the Loser’s Game” joins the FT’s John Authers to debate the merits of index investing, the subject of his latest book “The Index Revolution: Why Investors Should Join It Now”.