Commercial banks

Sanctioned Russian Billionaire Files Lawsuit Against UBS in Germany Over Money Laundering Alerts

Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov has filed a lawsuit against a German unit of UBS Group AG over anti-money laundering reports that triggered a criminal investigation of him.


US Regulators Considering Slashing Proposed Capital Hike for Big Banks: Report

The Federal Reserve and two other US regulators are reportedly considering a new plan to reduce a nearly 20% mandated increase in capital for the country's largest banks...

US Banks See Loan Demand Drop, Fed Survey Says

US banks have observed a fresh decline in loan demand for industrial purposes and household demand for credit during the first quarter of the year, according to a Federal Reserve survey...

US Regulators Take Hold of Troubled Lender Republic First and Agree to Sell It to Fulton Bank

US regulators have taken hold of Republic First Bancorp and arranged to sell it to Fulton Bank...


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Investors Led by Ex-Trump Official Invest $1 Billion to Troubled US Bank
Steven Mnuchin, the US Treasury Secretary under former president Donald Trump, has invested in a troubled regional US bank.
Warren Buffett-Backed Capital One to Buy Discover Financial in $35 Billion Deal
Warren Buffett-backed Capital One is set to acquire US credit card issuer Discover Financial Services in an all-stock deal valued at $35.3 billion.
Citigroup to Close Down Global Distressed-Debt Business: Here's What to Know
Citigroup Inc. is reportedly closing its global distressed-debt group as it undergoes further restructuring under CEO Jane Fraser's leadership.
Citigroup's Plan to Set up Securities Business in China Faces Delay
Citigroup Inc. is reportedly facing delays in its plans to establish a fully-owned securities business in China.
JPMorgan Chase Reportedly Plans to Outsource $500 Billion Custody Business in Hong Kong, Taiwan
JPMorgan Chase is reportedly planning to outsource its local custody business operations in Hong Kong and Taiwan.
JPMorgan Chase Is Ready to Leave China if Ordered by US Government, Bank CEO Jamie Dimon Says
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said Wednesday that the bank would leave China if directed by the US government.
Metro Bank Shareholders to Make Crucial Vote on Rescue Deal in Bid to Secure Bank's Future
Metro Bank shareholders are facing a pivotal decision as they vote on a rescue deal crucial to the bank's future.
Canada Dispenses Investment Structure; Opts Faster Economy Growth
Canada is trying to get their infrastructure as quickly as possible to spur growth.
Twitter Still to Decide October Self Selling, Maintains Silence over the Matter
Twitter has told potential acquirers it is seeking to conclude negotiations about selling itself by the time it reports third-quarter earnings on October 27, that is according to the people familiar w
Competition Heats Up In China Between Uber And Didi Which Raised Funding Target to Over $1.5 Billion
Didi's target for funding has raised to $1.5 billion to compete with Uber in China. Didi operates in 400 cities and is expected to accelerate to about 10 million at the end of the year.
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