Banking Weekly

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss Deutsche Bank’s falling share price, succession planning at HSBC and in the US, Sallie Krawcheck of Ellevest tells Alistair Gray why women need their own investment platform.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss data showing the importance of the single market, Deutsche Bank’s potential $14bn fine, and the fallout from the Wells Fargo mis-selling scandal, with special guest Terry Jorde, chief of staff at the Independent Community Bankers of America.

 

The Financial Times banking team looks at the Wells Fargo “phantom account” scandal, the Bank of England’s generous pension scheme, and how Deutsche Bank is using new technology to screen tens of thousands of candidates for graduate jobs.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the latest thinking on Brexit and the Swiss-plus model, what the Royal Bank of Scotland does with its deposits and the downturn in investment bank results. They are joined by special guest Tim Bush of investor advisory group Pirc.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the CBI’s views on regulation post-Brexit and former EU chief José Manuel Barroso’s new job at Goldman Sachs, while in the US, Ben McLannahan talks to Kim Schoenholtz, of NYU Stern School of Business, about Fed policy options in an era of low inflation and low growth.

 

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the latest developments in the UK Brexit debate and what options are on the table for UK financial institutions, why a Deutsche Bank whistelblower spurned his award and developments in the US mortgage insurance market. With special guests Barney Reynolds of Shearman & Sterling and Dinos Iordanou of Arch Capital.

 

Martin Arnold and guests discuss ValueAct’s stake in Morgan Stanley, why banks appear unprepared for a looming international accounting change, and hoarding cash: a drastic response to negative interest rates. With special guest Andrew Spooner of Deloitte.

 

Christopher Thompson and guests discuss the UK competition watchdog’s long-awaited report into the state of retail banking, Royal Bank of Scotland’s decision to abandon its spin-off of Williams and Glyn, European investment banks’ underperformance and the state of small business lending in the US. With special guests Eric Leenders of the British Bankers Association and Glenn Goldman of Credibly.

 

Patrick Jenkins and Laura Noonan discuss the European stress tests with KPMG’s Marcus Evans, Emma Dunkley looks at results from Lloyds and the latest developments in the PPI mis-selling scandal. Meanwhile, Ben McLannahan speaks to Doug Landy, partner at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy about banking regulation and the Dodd-Frank Act, which has just turned six years old.

 

Patrick Jenkins and Martin Arnold discuss US authorities’ allegation that current and former HSBC employees cheated clients on a foreign exchange deal, and look at how Luxembourg is pitching to win business from firms in the City of London stung by Brexit. Meanwhile, Ben McLannahan speaks to Nader Tavakoli, CEO of Ambac, about the settlement to end litigation brought by investors burnt by the collapse of the futures brokerage MF Global.