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May 12, 2014
08:00 EDTSCGLY, DB, RBSSociete Generale argues for smaller share of rigging fine, Bloomberg says
Societe Generale (SCGLY) argues the European Commission made “a manifest error of assessment” in calculating the bank’s sales and is pushing to have to pay a reduced share of the $2.3B fine assessed against banks that settled over rigging benchmark interest rates, reported Bloomberg. Other banks having settled include Deutsche Bank (DB) and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), the report noted. Reference Link
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July 28, 2014
10:02 EDTRBSOn The Fly: Analyst Upgrade Summary
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07:44 EDTDBInvestors looking for signs of Deutsche leveraging synergies, WSJ says
When Deutsche Bank reports its second quarter results Tuesday, investors will be looking for progress on the bank's stated goal of getting its investment bank and wealth-management business to work more to each other's benefit, said The Wall Street Journal. Reference Link
05:25 EDTRBSRoyal Bank of Scotland upgraded to Neutral from Underweight at JPMorgan
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July 27, 2014
15:44 EDTRBSRBS advised to sell stake in Ulster Bank, Reuters says
Royal Bank of Scotland has been advised by Morgan Stanley to sell a majority stake in its Irish unit, Ulster Bank, says Reuters, citing a report in Ireland's Sunday Business Post. Reference Link
July 25, 2014
17:05 EDTDBHSBC, Deutsche Bank sued over manipulation of silver prices, Reuters reports
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09:02 EDTRBSRoyal Bank of Scotland says 1H shows progress but 'bumps' in road ahead
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09:01 EDTRBSRoyal Bank of Scotland sees 1H profit before tax GBP2.65B
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07:57 EDTRBSRBS says private equity investment in Ulster possible, Reuters reports
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06:40 EDTDB, RBSLoan write down standards changed for non-U.S. banks, NY Times says
A new accounting rule will enable banks outside of the U.S. to write down the value of loans earlier but could cause loans to become less attractive for those banks, according to The New York Times. The rule was issued by the International Accounting Standards Board, whose guidelines are followed in more than 100 countries but not in America, the newspaper stated. Publicly traded European banks include Banco Santander (SAN), Barclays (BCS), Credit Suisse (CS), Deutsche Bank (DB), HSBC (HSBC), ING Groep (ING), Lloyds Banking (LYG), Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and UBS (UBS).Reference Link
July 24, 2014
08:25 EDTDBDeutsche ability to pass U.S. stress tests questioned after warning, FT says
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08:20 EDTDBDeutsche Bank CFO faces internal criticism over reporting, WSJ says
U.S. authorities have expressed serious concerns about Deutsche Bank's financial data, it has recently come to light, but the bank's CFO Stefan Krause has also faced criticism from within the organization about the issues, say people familiar with the discussions, reported The Wall Street Journal. Reference Link
July 23, 2014
09:00 EDTRBSU.K. committee chair says RBS 'willfully obtuse' with evidence, Reuters says
The chairman of the U.K.'s Treasury Select Committee accused Royal Bank of Scotland of being "willfully obtuse" when giving evidence to lawmakers probing its Global Restructuring Group unit, which deals with corporate clients who find themselves in financial distress, said Reuters. Reference Link
06:56 EDTRBSRBS could sell Ulster Bank to private equity firm, Irish Examiner reports
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is considering selling its Ulster Bank unit to a private equity firm, the Irish Examiner. A purchase price for the unit could be anywhere between EUR500M-EUR2.5B, depending on what assets are included in the sale, the publication says. KKR (KKR) and Apollo (APO) are rumored buyers for the unit. Reference Link
July 22, 2014
15:32 EDTDBNY Fed said Deutsche Bank U.S. unit reports 'inaccurate, unreliable,' WSJ says
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07:31 EDTDBSenate Homeland Security & Government Affairs Committee to hold a hearing
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July 18, 2014
11:21 EDTRBSBritish antitrust regulator to investigate country's banks, NY Times reports
The U.K.'s antitrust authorities said they expected to open a formal investigation into Britain's retail banking industry, reports the New York Times. The regulators cited barriers to competition that include control of a national network of branches by four large banks that control more than three-quarters of the market. Reference Link
06:31 EDTRBSRBS winds-down distressed-debt unit as Weiss leaves, Bloomberg says
Royal Bank of Scotland is capping a distressed-debt division as it scales back its investment firm to revive profitability, according to Bloomberg citing three people familiar with the matter. The sources said that global head of a special situations group, Jon Weiss, departed this month. Reference Link
06:26 EDTDBMetro hires Deutsche to guide on consumer-electronics unit, Bloomberg says
Metro (MTTRY) hired Deutsche Bank (DB) to examine options for its consumer-electronics unit, according to Bloomberg, citing two people with direct knowledge of the matter. The sources said that alternatives may include a sale, spinoff or IPO of the Media-Saturn division. Reference Link
06:20 EDTRBSRBS considers selling Coutts' overseas operations, FT reports
Royal Bank of Scotland is eyeing the sale of Coutts' overseas operations, the Financial Times reports. The bank is currently conducting a review of its wealth management division. Reference Link
July 16, 2014
08:25 EDTDBCNBC / Institutional Investor to host a conference
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