Printer Friendly

Articles from Global Banking News (GBN) (August 23, 2012)

1-43 out of 43 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
-'Supermarket strategy' not working, says Citigroup ceo. 136
-American River merges all brands into one. 168
-Bank of America to stop credit insurance services. 179
-Bank of Canada says it could hike rates. 128
-Bank of China posts profits. 147
-Bank of China records 5 percent hike in profits in Q2. 153
-Bank of England defends bond buying. 151
-BMO Harris Bank to expand auto dealership finance. 131
-BoI classifies IDB loans as risky. 136
-China injects more cash into economy. 123
-Citigroup head says supermarket banking not preferred. 126
-Colombian government purchases dollars. 115
-Dismissed RBS dealer provides details of Libor manipulation. 183
-EBS to end certain banking relationships with Ulster Bank. 130
-Egypt facing credit squeeze. 106
-Former banking official to head marketing function at Allstate Corporation. 152
-Former RBS trader says controls at banks were lax. 125
-German authorities raid Julius Baer clients. 105
-HSBC to close branch in Swaffham. 207
-Indian government has allowed seven foreign banks to open offices in India. 113
-Insurance Australia reports drop in profit. 124
-Irish banks reject finding by central bank. 113
-Kiwibank to sell life insurance through its network. 150
-M&I private bank head promoted to regional director. 152
-No respite for subdued lending market in UK. 148
-Provident Bank names MD. 134
-Rabobank reports drop in profits. 141
-Russian legislators propose rules to make central bank share power with the government. 148
-SBI chairman calls for abolition of cash reserve ratio. 130
-Serbian central bank asks local banks to reveal shareholder lists. 135
-Singapore unit of Maybank launches iPhone app. 113
-Six figure salaries the norm in financial sector in four US markets. 151
-Snoras says former owners had committed fraud. 111
-Spain to make amendments to law that would ease liquidation of banks. 124
-State government development loans attract insurance and PSU funds in India. 154
-Syndicate Bank enters into agreement with IDBI Asset Management. 178
-Two Indian banks allowed to operate in Pakistan. 120
-Two-day bank strike causes delay in transactions of INR26bn in northern region. 137
-US judges dismiss claims against Hungarian banks. 130
-Valley Commerce Bancorp declares dividend. 110
-Vietnam stock market slumps. 161
-Vietnamese withdrawing money from ACB bank. 107
-Wellington Chen to be new Preferred bank president. 132

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2020 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters