A total of $12.5 billion in settlements from Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse may be on the way for borrowers who got mortgages before the housing bust.
The Swiss bank which posted first full-year loss last year must take a drastic measure. It has to make another retreat in investment banking.
CEO Tidjane Thiam determine to pursue further restructuring in Credit Suisse. The Swiss bank will cut more 2,000 jobs and cut more of its business.
The London City Airport has now new owners as a group of investors led by Canadian pension plan acquire the facility for £2 billion. Some expressed a concern over the airport’s plan to expand the service, also over the high price that could cause the new owners to increase airport charges.
A research conducted by JP Morgan analysts revealed that global investment banks would suffer a fall in profits this year. The fall could differ between regions, but average earnings are estimated to be down by 20 percent and revenues by 21 percent. Challenging economic environment is believed to negatively affect the global investment markets.
As Credit Suisse booked its first full-year loss since 2008 on Thursday, CEO Tidjane Thiam asked his bonus to be reduced. The financial group reported a worse than expected net loss in 2015.
Barclays, Credit Suisse and Evercore have acted as financial advisers to Apollo Education. Despite their advisory efforts, the institution has incurred a loss of $60.8 million during the last concluded fiscal quarter. Finally, Apollo Education has been compelled to go through acquisition for $1.1 billion.
Julius Baer Group said it has attained the last settlement phase with the US Department of Justice. As per the terms of the deal, the Bank agreed to pay $547.25 million to evade prosecution.
Credit Suisse has received regulatory approval for opening its new branch in Ireland. The Swiss bank is setting up a new branch in Dublin as part of its cost reduction exercise. Credit Suisse is restructuring its securities trading and prime brokerage operations. Credit Suisse is in the process of meeting capital requirements and improving shareholder returns.
Goldman Sachs is racing ahead of its rivals in the global investment banking segment by revenues and fees in mergers and acquisitions (M&As) activity. Goldman Sachs' performance in 2015 so far exceeded while its competitors are not even close to it. With a market share of 12.3 percent, Goldman Sachs recorded $2billion revenues till date, while JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley are left with less than nine percent market share in the M&A space. The mergers and acquisitions activity this year so far was a robust period for Goldman Sachs.
Four major banks -- Bank of New York Mellon, Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and Goldman Sachs -- have reached an agreement with New York State's Department of Financial Services (DFS) over record keeping for the Symphony messaging system.
Schlumberger had announced conclusive merger agreement with Cameron in which both companies shall combine in a stock and cash transaction. The agreement was unanimously confirmed by the boards of directors of both companies on Thursday.
Due to a series of explosions leaving hundreds of people death and others injured, while some are still missing, China is about to start a wave of insurance claims.
Tidjane Thiam starts work as CEO of Credit Suisse (CSGN.VX) next month with investors optimistic he can bring about a major change of strategy at the bank, even if he has to raise cash to do it.
Crude oil prices edged down on Friday, set for their first weekly decline in more than a month as concerns over a global supply glut outweighed strong Chinese crude imports.
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