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Credit Suisse take CHF 600 million hit from Archegos collapse

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Still reeling from the Greensill scandal, Credit Suisse is now facing significant losses for Q2 following the Archegos collapse, prompting an investigation from Swiss regulators. The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) has begun enforcement proceedings against investment banking company Credit Suisse following...
European super league

European Super League: JP Morgan to Provide GBP 4.6 billion Funding

The controversial European Super League will be financial backed by JP Morgan, reportedly injecting billions into the proposed competition which has angered both fans and authorities. Whilst a spokesperson for JP Morgan has confirmed that a deal for the ESL is currently being negotiated, they failed to provide...
Financial market regulations

Bank of England intervenes in UK-EU financial market row

The EU’s refusal to grant London equivalence has driven firms to relocate to the bloc, prompting the UK government to involve the Bank of England. The Bank of England has now drawn up restrictions to reduce the number of firms relocating to financial capitals on the other side of the Channel. All firms must...
Digital currency

Are central banks preparing to launch digital currencies

Interest in cryptocurrencies and digital currencies have accelerated amid the coronavirus pandemic, and many central banks are now debating whether central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) should become a reality. Pound Sterling continues its rally higher against the euro and US dollar.
UK Finance sector London

Bank trends: Expectations for UK banking sector in 2021

What's the difference between Retail Banking and Corporate Banking? Here we examine the Expectations for the UK banking sector in 2021 and how banking shares are recovering from the pandemic-induced slump. Also we look at how Rishi Sunak is reviewing the bank surcharge following the Budget 2021 announcement...