Banking Weekly
  • Non-performing loans in China, investment bank landscape and Portugal's Novo Banco Sep 01, 2015 - 5:31 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the surge in non-performing loans in the Chinese banking sector, a new landscape for investment banking and fresh developments in the takeover battle for Portugal's Novo Banco.
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  • First Libor conviction, Greek banks and RBS share sale Aug 04, 2015 - 6:29 pm
  • Martin Arnold and guests discuss the conviction of former star trader Tom Hayes in the global scandal over the manipulation of benchmark interest rates, how shares in Greek banks have plummeted since the country's stock markets reopened, and the sale of shares in the UK's Royal Bank of Scotland.
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  • China stock market turmoil, results from Credit Suisse and Lloyds Jul 28, 2015 - 6:00 pm
  • Martin Arnold and guests discuss the recent stock market turmoil in China, whether this week's results show that Credit Suisse may be closing the gap with its rival UBS, and how Lloyds and RBS are placed as the government prepares to sell off more shares in the two lenders.
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  • Cost cutting at Standard Chartered and Barclays, US bank results, and a UK regulator departs Jul 21, 2015 - 5:59 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss cost cutting at Standard Chartered and Barclays, US bank results and Fed capital buffer rules, and relief in the City of London over Martin Wheatley's departure.
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  • The removal of Antony Jenkins at Barclays, Greek banks and JPMorgan results Jul 14, 2015 - 2:55 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the removal of Antony Jenkins as chief executive of Barclays, what the latest developments in Greece mean for the country's banks and what JPMorgan results tell us about the outlook for Wall Street banks.
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  • Greek banks, the UK Budget and bankers' pay Jul 07, 2015 - 5:25 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss whether Greek banks can survive the current turmoil, what's in the UK budget and whether global bankers' pay is getting back to pre-crisis levels.
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  • Greek default, Deutschebank and Credit Suisse Jun 30, 2015 - 4:15 pm
  • Martin Arnold and guests discuss the potential impact of a Greek default , the German regulator's scathing report on Deutschebank's involvement in the libor scandal, and what Tidjane Thiam's arrival as chief executive means for Credit Suisse.
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  • Greek banks, RBS privatisation and Goldman Sachs's direct lending Jun 23, 2015 - 6:56 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss rising tensions in Greece, Royal Bank of Scotland's preparations for re-privatisation with special guest Sir Philip Hampton, RBS's outgoing chairman, and Goldman Sachs's decision to start direct lending.
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  • Greek banks, liquidity rules and bank rebranding Jun 16, 2015 - 5:01 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss whether bank rebranding works as HSBC considers reviving its Midland brand, the state of Greek banks as tensions rise between Greece and its creditors, and liquidity rules and pending problems in the markets.
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  • Deutsche Bank, HSBC and the UK's financial regulation review Jun 09, 2015 - 5:48 pm
  • Martin Arnold and guests discuss Deutsche Bank's announcement that it is changing chief executives, HSBC's new strategic plan and the UK's Fair and Effective Markets Review, the government's attempt to clean up fixed income markets.
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  • China moves into European banks, Lloyds share sale, and non-banks in the US mortgage market Jun 02, 2015 - 6:00 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss China's incursion into financial services in Europe, the UK government's plan to sell off its stake in Lloyds and RBS, and the US mortgage markets as non-bank lenders go into the ascendancy.
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  • Record fine for Keydata, the debate over ringfencing, and Monte dei Paschi rights issue May 27, 2015 - 4:00 pm
  • Deputy head of Lex Oliver Ralph and guests discuss the £75m fine for Keydata over mis-selling of investment products, the ongoing debate over ringfencing banks' retail and investment units, and the attempts of Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena to raise €3bn in a rights issue
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  • Shadow bank risks, Brexit planning and Zopa's Metro Bank alliance May 19, 2015 - 3:03 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the open letter from financial chiefs warning policy makers of the threat from shadow banking, Deutsche Bank's contingency planning for Brexit, and Zopa's alliance with Metro Bank.
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  • The forex scandal, UK election results and women in the City May 12, 2015 - 4:33 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the latest forex scandal as banks prepare to settle a round of litigation, what the UK election result means for banks and women's advancement in the City of London.
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  • HSBC and UBS results and a UK supreme court hearing on bonus tax payments May 05, 2015 - 5:05 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins is joined by Martin Arnold, Emma Dunkley, Vanessa Houlder and Kinner Lakhani from Citigroup to discuss first quarter results from HSBC and UBS, and a supreme court hearing on some legacy tax payments on bonuses.
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  • 'Golden parachutes' under attack, Deutsche Bank strategy and will HSBC move its HQ? Apr 28, 2015 - 5:53 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss "golden parachutes" as Citigroup comes under attack from investors, Deutsche Bank's strategy plan and results and HSBC's announcement that it is considering moving its domicile away from the UK.
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  • Bumper US bank results, Deutsche Bank's strategic review and HSBC's AGM Apr 21, 2015 - 4:48 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss first quarter results as bumper numbers from the US banks set the tone for the rest of the world, Deutsche Bank's upcoming strategic review and libor settlement, and Friday's HSBC annual general meeting.
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  • JP Morgan results, GE Capital sell-off and Arlette Ricci's tax evasion conviction Apr 14, 2015 - 5:39 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss what JP Morgan's first quarter results tell us to expect about further results across Wall Street, the shrinking of GE capital, the financial division of General Electric, and the first conviction for tax evasion resulting from HSBC's Swiss private banking scandal.
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  • Deferred tax assets, UK bonuses and another UK lender floats Apr 07, 2015 - 3:59 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins is joined by Laura Noonan, Emma Dunkley and Christian Oliver to look at the row over deferred tax assets that is brewing in Europe, falling UK bank bonuses and the flotation of another UK small business lender Shawbrook.
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  • BoE stress tests, the universal banking model and investment bank results Mar 31, 2015 - 5:38 pm
  • Martin Arnold discusses the Bank of England's new stress tests scenario, whether the universal banking model is dead, and investment banks' strong first quarter results, with Laura Noonan, Caroline Binham, Oliver Ralph and Rob Smith, banking risk director at KPMG.
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  • Bank of America faces shareholder pressure, UK payments regulator and living wills Mar 24, 2015 - 5:07 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins is joined by Martin Arnold, Caroline Binham and Bartlett Naylor of the consumer advocacy group Public Citizen, to discuss the Bank of America as it comes under sustained pressure to change the way it manages itself, the new UK payments regulators and the latest US rejection of the living wills of European banks.
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  • US stress tests, Sabadell's TSB bid and the FCA's new head Mar 17, 2015 - 3:18 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins and colleagues discuss why two European banks failed the US stress tests, the planned acquisition of TSB in the UK by Spain's Sabadell and new City watchdog chief Tracey McDermott's debut interview with the FT. They are joined by Andrew Lowe, analyst at Berenberg Bank.
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  • Change at Credit Suisse, Commerzbank fine and Aldermore flotation Mar 10, 2015 - 5:00 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins is joined by Martin Arnold and Emma Dunkley to discuss the decision to appoint insurance executive Tidjane Thiam as the new head of Credit Suisse, the conduct fine against Germany's Commerzbank, and the flotation of UK small business lender Aldermore.
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  • Bankers' pay, the Lloyds dividend and US stress tests Mar 03, 2015 - 2:22 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins is joined by Martin Arnold, Emma Dunkley, Laura Noonan and Tom Gosling of PwC to talk about what the European banking authority is saying about allowances at a time when bank bosses seem to be more inclined to take their bonuses, Lloyds bank's decision to resume dividend payments and next week's US stress tests.
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