Banking Weekly
  • Barclays investigated over Qatari cash call, StanChart protest vote and Basel Committee on interest rate risks May 12, 2014 - 7:30 pm
  • Martin Arnold is joined by Daniel Schäfer for the latest at Barclays, which has shifted £400bn of assets out of its investment arm, and has come under scrutiny from the UK Serious Fraud Office over a 2008 cash call that saw Qatari investors paid fees equivalent to more than 7 per cent of the capital invested. Sharlene Goff takes a look at Standard Chartered, whose protest vote last week over pay proposals was the biggest of its kind this year. Finally, Sam Fleming has news that banks are bracing for a new fight over capital requirements as the Basel Committee moves to tighten regulations on risks linked to interest rate shocks
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