Banking Weekly
  • Forex fines, exec pay at the Co-op Bank, and pressure easing on Greece Mar 10, 2014 - 5:15 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins is joined by Sam Fleming, Daniel Schäfer, Sharlene Goff and Martin Arnold to discuss the latest on the Forex scandal, as estimates of the total amount of fines begin to circulate, ranging from $5-30bn. They also look at executive pay at the Co-op Bank, where shareholders and bondholders are expected to be asked to waive the new EU bonus cap and approve packages worth 200 per cent of salary. Finally, things are looking up for Greece, where the sovereign bond yield has dropped to 7 per cent and domestic banks’ share offerings are being well received
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