Banking Weekly

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss a gloomy set of European bank results, problems at Deutsche Bank after the UK financial watchdog found failings in relation to financial crime and China’s shadow banking sector.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss Goldman Sachs’s move into retail banking, the usefulness or otherwise of ‘coco’ bonds and why British banks aren’t doing as well as their European continental rivals.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss how to fix the problems in Italy’s banking system and US banks’ first quarter results and Ben McLannahan discusses the US policy response to ‘too-big-to-fail’ banks with US analyst Nancy Bush.

 

Banking Weekly discusses the growing investment in financial technology, the purported link between misinformation in the press and weak share prices, and has a conversation with the Bank for International Settlement’s Jaime Caruana about the risks of a strengthening dollar.

 

Claer Barrett and guests discuss growth prospects for investment banks, notably Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse, and the drip drip of PPI reclaims in the UK. In the US, Alistair Gray talks to Larry Jacobs of Minesota university about his critique of how the Federal Reserve governs the American economy.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss what banks think about a possible Brexit and Credit Suisse’s unexpected portfolio of high risk assets, and in the US, Sujeet Indap asks Alistair Gray, US financial correspondent, what the squeeze on interest rates means for bank margins.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the latest UK report on women in finance, led by Jayne-Anne Gadhia, head of Virgin Money, the outlook for misconduct penalties, and why Italian banks are viewed so bearishly by investors.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss a cyber attack on the Bangladesh central bank and growing pressure on banks to cut costs and Ben McLannahan interviews the head of Bloomberg competitor Money.Net

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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss ethics in banking as the UK Banking Standards Board launches its first review, the dire state of Europe’s investment banks versus their US peers, and how the oil slump is threatening US bank profits and the wider economy.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the proposed merger between the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse and what that might mean for banks in the City of London, widening losses at Barclays, and last week’s RBS and Lloyds results.