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Articles from Global Banking News (GBN) (November 2, 2012)

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-1st Colonial Bancorp switches charter of subsidiary. 152
-1st Colonial bank becomes New Jersey state chartered Bank. 143
-AIG reports profit. 106
-American Bank CEO optimistic about future despite huge loss. 139
-Arqiva launches debt-refinancing efforts. 148
-Bank of England performance defective, says BBC report. 179
-Banks and insurers to help Hurricane Sandy victims. 170
-Banks could face G20 capital surcharges. 136
-Banks resort to payday loans to increase revenue. 163
-Big banks in US waiting for launch of a national carbon trading market. 179
-BMO Harris to offer grant to Zoological Society of Milwaukee. 137
-Bunna International Bank to adopt solution from Infosys. 159
-Canada to push ahead at G20 despite a number of no-shows. 169
-Central bank says Mexican financial system strong. 109
-Chinese central bank says social financing its key gauge. 110
-CIBC poll predicts high Canadian take up for payments using mobile devices. 186
-Commercial banks in South Africa enter into agreement on unsecured lending. 123
-Community banks sign petition against Basel III. 109
-Credit Suisse launches new Trust. 184
-ECB could be given rights to fire executives. 157
-Edoma Partners to close operations. 121
-Expert states that banks dominate financial market in Kyrgyztan. 138
-FSB says too-big-to-fail banks need to hold more capital. 118
-Future of basic bank accounts appear grim as lenders look to cut costs. 178
-Goldman says economic growth weak in India. 162
-Goldman to advise Indiana University on parking leases. 104
-Greek financial situation becoming grim. 110
-Honk Kong government imposes taxes to curb property market. 150
-ICICI Bank launches new mortgage product. 119
-ICICI Lombard registers GWP of INR15.17bn. 141
-Indian bank launches second branch in Hong Kong. 141
-Islamic banks in Oman could be affected by curbs on the money markets. 130
-Japan and US also responsible for global economic stability, says German Finance minister. 147
-Meadowbrook Insurance reports financial results. 168
-Mid sized banks creating own lobbies. 176
-Moroccan bank looking to open branch in US. 108
-National Bank announces lay offs. 112
-No Australian Banks in list of global banks required to increase capital. 178
-Premium Credit acquired by GTCR. 137
-RBS hit by insurance provisions. 102
-Reviews of BoE performance result in negative comments. 148
-Rhode Island EDC sues Barclays, Well Fargo and Schilling over 38 Studio bankruptcy. 201
-Santander invests in social enterprises in the UK. 189
-Singapore retains position as fourth best financial centre. 135
-Trustmark Bank to implement Fiserv's cheque processing solution. 138
-UK banks said to be cutting facilities offered to basic accounts. 164
-US banks offering short-term loans with high interest. 157
-Wells Fargo challenges fraudulent mortgage lawsuit filed by Federal Reserve. 185
-Wells Fargo claims that lawsuit breaks deal with US government. 209

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