Banking Weekly

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss US bank results, particularly Goldman Sachs, the Boston Consulting Group’s report on what Brexit will cost the banking system, and Italy’s banking crisis, with special guest Jean-Pierre Mustier, Unicredit’s new chief executive.

 

Patrick Jenkins and Laura Noonan discuss bank chief executives’ pay and the latest UK moves to get more women into finance, with special guest Harriett Baldwin, economic secretary to the UK Treasury, and in the US Ben McLannahan previews US banks’ second quarter earnings with Nathan Stovall of S&P Global Market Intelligence.

 

In this extra edition of Banking Weekly, Owen Walker and Philip Stafford discuss the challenges derivatives trading is facing from regulation, technology and macroeconomics, and hear the views of participants at a recent derivatives conference in London.

Read more at: FT.com/reports/exchanges-trading-clearing

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the mayhem in the Italian banking sector, the consequences of the Brexit vote for RBS and the Bank of England’s stability outlook and the results of the latest US stress tests.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests are joined by Simon Gleeson, a partner at law firm Clifford Chance for an extended discussion on the implications of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union for foreign and UK banks in the City of London.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the Bank of England’s decision to embrace financial technology, why bankers’ personalities are a key risk factor, with special guest Sascha Steffen of the University of Mannheim, and this week’s US Fed stress tests.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss allegations against Goldman Sachs, investment banking fees in the US versus Europe, and conduct issues at Standard Chartered, with special guest, chief executive Bill Winters.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss why European banks are still not up to scratch in terms of emergency cash calls, with special guest José Manuel González-Páramo, head of regulation at Spain’s BBVA, also changes in hiring practices, and Ben McLannahan in the US interviews the chief executive of RBS spin-off Citizens.

 

Martin Arnold and guests discuss whether the US peer-to-peer bubble is bursting, rights issues in Europe, and the failings of US bank regulation.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the rapid rise of contactless payments in the UK, management changes at UniCredit, Italy’s biggest bank, and how Moody’s, the ratings agency, views US investment banks.