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June 25, 2014
07:06 EDTRBS, WFCWells 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. Carter’s 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.
News For WFC;RBS From The Last 14 Days
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June 25, 2015
07:13 EDTWFCFed director says full transparency in stress testing can be 'enormous weakness'
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June 23, 2015
13:02 EDTWFCSumitomo, others show interest in GE railway-leasing business, WSJ says
Japan's Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group is interested in buying General Electric's (GE) railway-leasing business, says the Wall Street Journal, citing sources. Wells Fargo (WFC) and other U.S. financial institutions have also shown interest in GE Capital Rail Services, which may be worth around $4B, added the Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter. Reference Link
June 22, 2015
06:45 EDTRBSRBS may ask for more time to spin off Williams & Glyn, U.K. Times reports
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06:10 EDTRBSRBS Chairman says UK banks fear block on cross-selling, Financial Times says
RBS Chairman Sir Philip Hampton has warned that British Banks fear being blocked from cross-selling products to their clients, reports the Financial Times. Hampton said UK banks had no choice but to accept the ringfencing low that forces them to hive off retail and small business operations into a separate subsidiary at arms length from other activities. Reference Link
June 19, 2015
05:54 EDTRBSRBS looks to hire banker who had worked on ABN deal, Financial Times reports
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June 18, 2015
15:46 EDTWFCWells Fargo names Hope Hardison as Chief Administrative Officer
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10:51 EDTRBSRBS close to returning 'missing' customer payments, The Telegraph says
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07:28 EDTRBSLloyds CEO to call on U.K. banks to welcome ringfencing rules, Reuters says
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June 17, 2015
15:04 EDTWFCGE Capital Real Estate closes nearly $10B in deals towards exit
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11:16 EDTWFCOCC restricts some banks from certain mortgage related business activity
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11:07 EDTWFCWells Fargo issues statement on amended OCC Consent Order
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06:48 EDTWFCMore big banks waiving overdraft fees, WSJ reports
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June 16, 2015
07:11 EDTWFCSurprise AIG ruling may make future bailouts unlikely, even if needed, NYT says
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June 15, 2015
07:33 EDTWFCBig banks may target fee-generating firms for acquisitions, WSJ says
Large U.S. banks may begin targeting fee-generating businesses as possible takeover targets, the Wall Street Journal reports. Big banks may start looking at businesses that don’t require too much capital for acquisitions, such as advisory businesses, payment processing, treasury services, and financial tech, the report says. Even though heightened capital and liquidity requirements make many types of acquisitions “unappealing” to big banks, the idea of banks even as big as JP Morgan (JPM) pursuing a multi-billion dollar deal is “no longer out of the realm of possibility,” the report says. Publicly traded companies in the space include Bank of America (BAC), Citi (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), Morgan Stanley (MS), U.S. Bancorp (USB) and Wells Fargo (WFC). Reference Link

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