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May 14, 2014
06:35 EDTBNPQY, CSNY Regulator cooperation crucial to deals with BNP, Credit Suisse, WSJ says
Prosecutors have privately expressed concerns that New York's banking regulator Benjamin Lawsky could complicate the process of potential deals with BNP Paribas (BNPQY) and Credit Suisse (CS), reports the Wall Street Journal. According to several people familiar with the matter, Lawsky's cooperation is "crucial" if the state and federal prosecutors hope to agree to settlements with the banks that would require the banks to plead guilty to crimes. Lawsky could potentially strip the banks of their licenses to operate if they enter guilty pleas. Reference Link
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June 29, 2015
06:47 EDTCSCredit Suisse, ING aiming to move some activities out of London, FT says
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June 28, 2015
17:05 EDTBNPQY, CSBank regulator probes 'Isdafix' benchmark manipulation, FT says
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June 23, 2015
06:53 EDTCSPSAV prepares for IPO that could raise roughly $300M, Bloomberg says
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June 18, 2015
07:50 EDTCSSNB pushes UBS, Credit Suisse to improve leverage ratios
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06:21 EDTBNPQYFour banks to pay nearly $1B to settle forex rigging suit, AFP reports
Goldman Sachs (GS), BNP Paribas (BNPQY), Barclays (BCS), and HSBC (HSBC) have all reached separate agreements to settle a U.S. civil lawsuit over alleged foreign exchange rigging in deals totaling approximately $1B, AFP reports, citing sources close to the situation. The agreements are preliminary and are subject to change, the sources told AFP, confirming an earlier report on the settlements from the Wall Street Journal. Barclays is expected to pay $375M, HSBC $285M, BNP Paribas roughly $200M, and Goldman Sachs about $130M, the report says.The four banks' pending agreements would settle the civil lawsuit filed by Scott & Scott and Hausfeld that claims their traders manipulated the forex market to boost the banks' profits, AFP reports. Reference Link
06:01 EDTBNPQYBanks to settle civil forex lawsuit for nearly $2B, WSJ reports
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