Banking - Archive

May 2019 articles

It already pays a big dividend, but there's even more to like about Lloyds after last week's announcement. [...]

20 May

Multiple transactions by legal entities controlled by US President Donald Trump and Jared Kushner, his son-in-law, at Deutsche [...]

20 May

Digital banking darling Monzo's current account is set to surpass 2m customers today, as it races to catch up with London rival [...]

20 May

The prospect of Jeremy Corbyn leading a Labour government is a concern to UK banks, according to Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) [...]

18 May

Metro Bank shareholder Legal and General Investment Management has revealed plans to vote against chairman Vernon Hill’s re-election, [...]

17 May

Shares in Metro Bank soared this morning after it successfully raised £375m of extra capital as investors backed the challenger [...]

17 May

Metro Bank raised £375m of capital just hours after launching a discounted funding round this evening. [...]

16 May

Metro Bank has launched a discounted share placing as the troubled bank taps up investors to raise £350m of capital. [...]

16 May

Lloyds Bank has avoided a shareholder revolt over pension pay despite MPs accusing bosses of “boundless greed.” [...]

16 May

Goldman Sachs announced it will buy boutique wealth management firm United Capital Financial Partners for $750m (£585.54m) [...]

16 May

Britain's financial regulations should be just as strict following Brexit, but more power should be handed to regulatory bodies [...]

16 May

Square Mile careers are stereotypically fuelled by mantras such as "work-hard, play-hard", achieving "inbox zero", "surviving [...]

16 May

Capital markets software provider OpenFin has raised $17m (£13.2m) after being backed by Wells Fargo, Barclays and JP Morgan. [...]

16 May

The EU Commission has fined five banks €1.07bn (£940m) for rigging foreign exchange markets for 11 currencies, it announced [...]

16 May

Banking giant Investec battled weak economic growth in its two core markets South Africa and the UK to post a 9.4 per cent full-year [...]

16 May