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Talbot Bank announces termination of consent order
The Talbot Bank of Easton, Maryland has announced that the Federal Deposit Insurance (FDIC) and the Maryland Commissioner of Financial Regulation have terminated the consent order the bank entered into on 24 May 2013.
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Updating payment service rules: MEPs do deal with the Council
EU rules on payment services would be updated to improve security, widen consumer choice and keep pace with innovation under an informal deal struck by Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee MEPs and the Latvian Presidency of the Council.
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UK raises £586m by reducing stake in Lloyds Banking Group
By BBR Staff Writer
The UK government has reduced its stake in Lloyds Banking Group by a further 1% by selling more shares in the group and raised about £586m.
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US and British authorities fine Deutsche Bank $2.5bn over interest rate rigging
By BBR Staff Writer
German lender Deutsche Bank was slapped with a $2.5bn fine by the US and British authorities for alleged benchmark interest rate rigging in a multi-bank conspiracy.
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Deutsche Bank’s wealth-management division slapped with $8.4m fine for breaches
By BBR Staff Writer
Deutsche Bank’s wealth-management division Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) has been fined $8.4m by the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) for serious contraventions.
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FCA fines Clydesdale Bank £20.7m over payment protection insurance scandal
By BBR Staff Writer
UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined National Australia Bank’s Clydesdale Bank £20.7m for inadequate handling of payment protection insurance (PPI)-complaint processes, which is the largest ever penalty.
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Cathay United Bank wins central bank approval to upgrade representative office in Taiwan
By BBR Staff Writer
Taiwan's Cathay United Bank has secured approval from the Philippine central bank Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) to upgrade its representative office in the country to a full-service branch.
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UK Treasury urges Bank of England to advocate time stamps for forex trades
By BBR Staff Writer
The UK Treasury has urged the Bank of England to consider making time stamps mandatory for all trades that relate to foreign exchange.
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Pakistan to raise $1bn from share sale in Habib Bank
By BBR Staff Writer
The government of Pakistan has announced plans to sell its shares in Habib Bank, the country's oldest bank, hoping to raise up to $1bn.
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British government further reduces stake in Lloyds through £500m share sale
By BBR Staff Writer
The British government has further reduced its stake in the Lloyds Banking Group for the second time by selling company shares worth £500m, reducing its share from around 40% in 2009 to below 23% now.
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European Banking Authority decides not to perform stress tests in 2015
By BBR Staff Writer
The European Banking Authority (EBA) has decided not to run EU-wide stress tests in 2015, which were aimed at gauging European banks' capacity to withstand shocks with sufficient core capital.
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China plans to open banking industry for more private participation
By BBR Staff Writer
China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) is in the process of simplifying the approval procedures in order to open the banking industry more widely to private investments.
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India to pump in $1.3bn into state-owned banks
By BBR Staff Writer
India has announced plans to pump in INR79.4bn ($1.3bn) in the next fiscal year into state-owned banks in a bid to strengthen their capital reserves.
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UK announces $769m share sale in Lloyds Banking Group
By BBR Staff Writer
The UK government has announced the sale of a further £500m ($769m) of shares in Lloyds Banking Group through the trading plan that was launched on 17 December 2014.
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UK’s FCA to launch study into investment and corporate banking
By BBR Staff Writer
UK’s watchdog Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is set to launch its first study into investment and corporate banking following review of wholesale markets.
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