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June 25, 2014
07:06 EDTWFC, RBSWells Fargo adds Matt Carter as head of International Debt Syndicate
Wells Fargo Securities, the capital markets and investment banking business of Wells Fargo & Company (WFC), announced that Matt Carter joins as managing director and head of International Debt Syndicate. In his role, he will manage the execution of cross-border capital markets opportunities and debt capital markets transactions for the Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific regions. Carterís product coverage will include investment grade corporate bonds, preferred stock, private placements and hybrid capital. He is based in London and reports jointly to Robert Fernandez, head of the International Debt Capital Markets Group, and John Hines, head of Global Debt Syndicate. Prior to joining Wells Fargo, Carter spent over 10 years at The Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS) in various leadership roles including head of Financial Institutions Capital Markets for the EMEA region and head of Syndicate.
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February 26, 2015
11:27 EDTRBSRBS intends to move towards capital target of 13% CET in 2015
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11:27 EDTRBSRBS reports FY14 operating profit of GBP 3.5B, compared to GBP 7.5B in 2013
This reflected improved operating results from the core domestic businesses together with significant impairment releases in Ulster Bank and RBS Capital Resolution. Reports 2014 Common Equity Tier 1 ratio of 11.2%. Reports it exceeded its 2014 cost reduction targets with savings of GBP 1.1B.
10:50 EDTWFCNew York regulator considering cybersecurity, cash laundering controls, WSJ says
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10:00 EDTRBSOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade SummaryStarz
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08:12 EDTRBSRBS downgraded to Underperform from Neutral at BofA/Merrill
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07:41 EDTRBSMizuho Financial Group acquires credit portfolio from RBS
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06:25 EDTRBSRBS to greatly reduce investment bank unit, Financial Times says
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06:15 EDTRBSRBS confirms Howard Davies to succeed Philip Hampton as chairman
Following its announcement on September 25 that Philip Hampton would leave The Royal Bank of Scotland Group during 2015, RBS announced that Howard Davies will succeed him as Chairman. Philip Hampton will step down as Director and Chairman of RBS with effect from August 31. Howard Davies will join the Board at the end of June and assume the role of Chairman from September 1. Howard is currently Chairman of Phoenix Group, a non-executive Director of Prudential plc, and a non-executive Director of Morgan Stanley. He will step down from Phoenix and Morgan Stanley. He will complete his work as Chairman of the UK Airports Commission before assuming the role of RBS Chairman and will retain his position at Prudential and as Professor of Practice at Sciences Po, Paris.
06:14 EDTRBSRBS announces sale of North American loan portfolio to Mizuho
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February 25, 2015
06:07 EDTRBSRBS suspends two additional employees in forex investigation, Reuters says
RBS stated Wednesday it has suspended an additional two employees as part of its investigation into failures to stop foreign currency markets, reports Reuters, citing company statements. The bank had earlier suspended three employees and placed six into a "disciplinary process." Reference Link
February 24, 2015
13:07 EDTRBSEU official: Euro banks shouldn't also go through Fed's stress test, WSJ says
Jonathan Hill, the European Unionís new financial markets chief, told The Wall Street Journal that he does not see a need for the U.S. to give stress tests to European banks that have already received health checks in Europe. Hill says banks across Europe are "properly and sensibly capitalized." The WSJ reported last week that the U.S. units of two European banks, Deutsche Bank (DB) and Banco Santander (SAN), are set to fail the Federal Reserve's stress tests, though they passed ECB stress tests last year. Reference Link
07:49 EDTRBSRBS to downsize investment bank, Asia operations, Reuters says
RBS will transfer responsibility of its investment bank from Donald Workman to restructuring chief Rory Cullinan in order to scale back operations at the unit and largely pull out of Asia, reports Reuters, citing three sources. The bank is expected to announce downsizing in Asia to just 200 staff in Singapore, down from 2,800 in late 2014. Cullinan will also lead the banks exit from "several European markets," said the sources. Reference Link
07:12 EDTWFCWells Fargo to hold a conference
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February 23, 2015
13:33 EDTRBSRBS could name Howard Davies as chairman this week, FT reports
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) could name Howard Davies as its chairman as early as Thursday, when the bank reports its full-year results, the Financial Times reports. Davies is currently chairman of insurance business Phoenix Group and chairs Morgan Stanley's (MS) risk committee. Current RBS Chairman Philip Hampton is set to become GlaxoSmithKline's (GSK) chairman as early as this summer. Reference Link
February 19, 2015
14:21 EDTRBSS&P reportedly says Greece contagion not a major risk, Reuters reports
The risk of contagion spreading from Greece to other European countries is not that large, a German newspaper quoted S&P's chief sovereign ratings officer as saying, according to Reuters. The euro zone would be able to handle an exit of the bloc by Greece, the ratings officer was quoted as saying, Reuters reported. Publicly traded European banks include Banco Santander (SAN), Barclays (BCS), Credit Suisse (CS), Deutsche Bank (DB), HSBC (HSBC), ING Groep (ING), Lloyds Banking (LYG), RBS (RBS) and UBS (UBS). Reference Link
06:47 EDTWFCReport shows subprime consumer loans at pre-2007 levels, WSJ says
Equifax (EFX) has released a report stating nearly 40%, or 50M, of auto loans, credit cards, and personal loans during the first 11 months of 2014 were made to subprime customers, the highest levels since the 2007 financial crisis, reports the Wall Street Journal. LendingTree (TREE) Chief Marketing Officer Gabriel Dalporto attributes the growth to nonbank lenders under less regulatory scrutiny than large banks. Publicly traded companies in the space include Bank of America (BAC), Citi (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), JPMorgan (JPM), Morgan Stanley (MS), U.S. Bancorp (USB) and Wells Fargo (WFC). Reference Link
06:04 EDTRBSFCA to investigate investment and corporate banking
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February 18, 2015
07:21 EDTWFCJPMorgan, Citi top government report of riskiest banks, Reuters reports
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February 12, 2015
15:38 EDTWFCFed to release results from latest bank stress tests in March
The Federal Reserve Board on Thursday announced that results from the latest supervisory stress tests conducted as part of the Dodd-Frank Act will be released on Thursday, March 5, and the related results from the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review, CCAR, will be released on Wednesday, March 11. Results for both exercises will be released at 4:30 p.m. Publicly traded companies in the space include Bank of America (BAC), Citi (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), JPMorgan (JPM), Morgan Stanley (MS), U.S. Bancorp (USB) and Wells Fargo (WFC). Reference Link
07:31 EDTWFCEconomic Club of Las Vegas to hold a discussion
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