Monday, 16 July 2018

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  • Lawsky (b)

    DFS's Lawsky under the spotlight

    Top News | 10 August 2012

    The tables were beginning to turn on the New York regulator who claimed that Standard Chartered was a “rogue institution” and threatened to revoke its state banking licence.

  • Goldman escapes criminal charges

    People & Markets | 10 August 2012

    The US Department of Justice will not bring criminal charges against Goldman Sachs or any of its employees stemming from a series of controversial trades it made during the financial crisis.

  • US banks detail tough trading quarter

    People & Markets | 10 August 2012

    US banks revealed in their second-quarter regulatory filings that they lost money on several days during the 65-day trading period.

  • BofA

    BofA overcomes weak revenues

    People & Markets | 20 July 2012

    Bank of America’s revenues dropped significantly in the second quarter – as its loan book shrank, net interest margins narrowed and its investment banking business failed to fire.

  • David Viniar, CFO of Goldman Sachs Group

    Goldman tweaks strategy

    People & Markets | 20 July 2012

    Goldman Sachs wants to modify its business strategy and to make further personnel cuts, in an effort to lift its return on equity from the current 5.4%.

  • A trader works at the JP Morgan trading post on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York

    JP Morgan hit by losses, slump

    People & Markets | 14 July 2012

    JP Morgan hit its investors with a double dose of pain on Friday, revealing that losses at its Chief Investment Office were much bigger than expected, adding to woes from a large drop-off in investment banking revenues linked to a slowdown in activity.

  • Commuters are reflected in stone as they walk past the JP Morgan headquarters in New York

    The great JP Morgan guessing game

    People & Markets | 06 July 2012

    Wall Street is struggling to estimate JP Morgan’s second-quarter earnings, with analysts divided over the size of the bank’s potentially hefty chief investment office trading loss.

  • Living will deadline nears

    People & Markets | 29 June 2012

    The large US banks – and some foreign entities – will file their living wills with regulators on July 1. The documents aim to provide the strategies the banks would employ to quickly unwind themselves in the event that they were to collapse.

  • Wells notices could be hidden

    People & Markets | 29 June 2012

    US banks have been peppered with Wells notices in recent years, as the Securities and Exchange Commission has been under pressure to investigate them on a number of different fronts.

  • The lobby of JP Morgan headquarters is photographed through a window in New York

    Fees plummet to lowest since 2009

    People & Markets | 29 June 2012

    Global banks are likely to report dire underwriting and M&A revenues when they release their second-quarter numbers, Thomson Reuters fee tables indicate.