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The Financial Times banking team discusses the biggest banking stories of the week, bringing you global insight and commentary on the top issues concerning this sector.

The Financial Times banking team discusses the biggest banking stories of the week, bringing you global insight and commentary on the top issues concerning this sector.
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The Financial Times banking team discusses the biggest banking stories of the week, bringing you global insight and commentary on the top issues concerning this sector.

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English


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SocGen's $1.3bn fine, TSB's new chief and Danske Bank whistleblower speaks out

11/20/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss French bank Société Générale's $1.3bn fine for US sanctions violations, the task facing TSB's new chief executive Debbie Crosbie and the first public testimony of the British man who exposed the Danske Bank money laundering scandal. Contributors: Patrick Jenkins, financial editor, Nicholas Megaw, retail banking correspondent, David Crow, banking editor and Richard Milne, Nordics correspondent. Producer: Fiona Symon

Duration:00:14:58

Goldman Sachs, banking sector "returners" and the averted collapse of Carige

11/13/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the latest developments in Goldman Sachs’ brewing 1MDB scandal, how to get women back into banking and what the banking industry's rescue of troubled lender Carige says about the broader Italian market. With special guest Dominie Moss, founder of The Return Hub. Contributors: Patrick Jenkins, financial editor; David Crow, banking editor; Laura Noonan, US banking editor, and Rachel Sanderson, Milan Correspondent. Producer: Martin Stabe.

Duration:00:17:56

Barclays' new chairman, EBA stress tests and trouble at Goldman Sachs

11/6/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss Barclays' new chairman, the latest European Banking Association stress tests and trouble at Goldman Sachs as two of its former bankers are criminally charged with helping to loot the Malaysian state investment fund 1MDB, Contributors: Patrick Jenkins, financial editor, David Crow, banking editor, Caroline Binham, financial regulation correspondent, Stephen Morris, European banking correspondent and Laura Noonan, US banking editor. Producer: Fiona Symon.

Duration:00:14:54

Auditing cryptocurrencies, Brexit blues and 'naughty' banks in the US

10/30/2018
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David Crow and guests discuss a push by top accountancy firms to offer services to those with a foothold in the cryptocurrencies sector, a derivatives deal in Europe, Brexit blues at RBS, the search for a European investment banking champion and the US's 'naughty' banks. Contributors: David Crow, banking editor, Hannah Murphy, City reporter, Nicholas Megaw, retail banking correspondent, Philip Stafford, FT Trading Room editor, Stephen Morris, European banking correspondent, and Rob...

Duration:00:21:50

Bramson's Barclays test, the future of CYBG and US online banking

10/23/2018
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David Crow and guests discuss Barclays as it tries to defend itself against activist investor David Bramson, the future of CYBG after it completed its £1.7bn takeover of Virgin Money, and the growing competition in the US online banking market. Contributors: David Crow, banking editor, Stephen Morris, European banking correspondent, Nicholas Megaw, retail banking correspondent and Laura Noonan, US banking editor. Special guest: David Duffy, chief executive of CYGB. Producer: Fiona Symon.

Duration:00:19:07

BofA loses market share, RBS rebuilds trust and Barclays launches US digital service

10/16/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss Bank of America's struggling M&A franchise, the Royal Bank of Scotland's recovery ten years after it was bailed out by the British government, and Barclays' decision to get into online banking in the US. Contrubutors: Patrick Jenkins, financial editor, Stephen Morris, European banking correspondent, Nicholas Megaw, retail banking correspondent and Laura Noonan, US banking editor. Special guest: Ross McEwan, chief executive of RBS. Producer: Fiona Symon

Duration:00:17:03

ECB warns on UK's 'back-to-back' facility, bank stability, and coding lessons at JPMorgan

10/9/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the European Central Bank's warning about the continued use of 'back-to-back' booking models for trades and loans after Brexit, an academic's view of the risks to bank stability ten years after the financial crisis, and JPMorgan's initiative to boost the coding skills of its staff. Contributors: Patrick Jenkins, finance editor, Martin Arnold, banking editor, Laura Noonan, US banking editor; Special guest: Douglas Diamond, professor of finance at Booth...

Duration:00:19:38

Andrea Orcel moves to Santander, Paris wins post-Brexit business and Tesco Bank fined

10/2/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss Andrea Orcel's move from UBS to Santander, France's success in luring banks to set up their post-Brexit trading businesses in Paris, and why Tesco Bank received a £16m fine over its handling of a 2016 cyber attack. With special guest Christian Noyer, former governor of the Bank of France.

Duration:00:17:28

Innovation at Mastercard, HSBC's ‘persistent failure’ memo and more on the Danske scandal

9/25/2018
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Mastercard CFO Martina Hund-Mejean on the commercial opportunities in data analysis; a leaked memo by HSBC executives claims that its investment banking strategy has “utterly failed”; and yet more news about the money-laundering scandal at Danske Bank. Presented by Patrick Jenkins with Hannah Murphy, Stephen Morris, Caroline Binham and Richard Milne.

Duration:00:19:55

Credit Suisse censured, Deutsche Bank's post-Brexit plans and Goldman Sachs reshuffles

9/18/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and colleagues discuss the Swiss regulator's action against Credit Suisse for breach of money-laundering rules, Deutsche Bank's move to shrink its London assets post-Brexit and changes at the top of Goldman Sachs. With special guest Lara Warner, chief compliance and regulatory officer at Credit Suisse.

Duration:00:20:42

Scandal at ING, diversity in banking and financial crisis winners

9/11/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the latest European money laundering scandal, this time at the Dutch bank ING, the FT's latest survey on women in banking, and who are the big winners from the financial crisis a decade on. With special guest Daniel Pinto, investment banking chief at JPMorgan Chase.

Duration:00:21:50

TSB's tech travails, Danske scandal and changing German attitudes

9/4/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the departure of Paul Pester as chief executive of TSB after a disastrous IT upgrade, Danske Bank's money laundering scandal and changing German government attitudes towards banks.

Duration:00:21:50

City Brexit concerns, RBS’s Stevenson and UBS’s Q2 results

7/24/2018
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Mounting concern in the City over the a potential no-deal Brexit; an interview with outgoing RBS finance director Ewen Stevenson, and a look at UBS's second-quarter results. Patrick Jenkins is joined by George Parker, Nicholas Megaw and Ben McLannahan. Check out our subscribtion offer at ft.com/offer50

Duration:00:17:28

New rules for Tencent and Alipay, Deutsche Bank profits and Blankfein bows out

7/17/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss new rules that bring to a close the era of free money for China's online payment giants Tencent and Alipay, Deutsche Bank's improved earnings and change at the top of Goldman Sachs Check out our subscriber offer at ft.com/offer50

Duration:00:14:11

Messy Brexit talks, the allure of Paris and a scandal at Danske Bank

7/10/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the UK government's failure so far to come up with a coherent policy on Brexit for the financial services industry, how France's president Emmanuel Macron is taking advantage of the disarray to lure more banks to Paris, and the money laundering scandal at Denmark's biggest bank. With special guest Stephen Jones, chief executive of UK finance.

Duration:00:19:39

FCA chairman on data, regulation and Brexit, Monzo losses and Rothschild battle

7/3/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and colleagues discuss Charles Randell's priorities as he takes up his role as chairman of the UK Financial Conduct Authority, whether challenger bank Monzo can stem its losses, and the battle that has riven the Rothschild banking dynasty. With special guest Charles Randall, FCA chairman. Read more on the Rothschild battle here Read mof on Monzo here

Duration:00:18:33

EBA warns on Brexit planning, Commerzbank's AI pilot and BofA's Paris move

6/26/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss a warning from the European Banking Authority that banks' plans for a hard Brexit are inadequate, Commerzbank's latest experiment with artificial intelligence in writing research reports, and Bank of America's decision to beef up its investment banking operations in Paris. With special guest Andrea Enria, chief executive of the European Banking Authority. Contribute to our listener survey and enter our prize draw here.

Duration:00:16:57

Australian bank scandals, Adyen listing and CYBG's Virgin Money deal

6/19/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the cartel prosecution involving some of Australia’s top banks, the spectacular valuation of Dutch payment group Adyen at its recent IPO, and CYBG's takeover of Virgin Money Contribute to our listener survey and enter our prize draw here.

Duration:00:14:56

HSBC's growth strategy, Citi's jobs warning and TSB's IT fiasco

6/12/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss HSBC's new growth strategy, a jobs warning from Citi, and whether TSB chief Paul Pester can survive the criticism he's facing over the bank's bungled switch in IT systems. With special guest Joseph Dickerson, banking analyst at Jefferies. Contribute to our listener survey and enter our prize draw here.

Duration:00:14:34

RBS stake sale, Visa Europe outage and prospects for a UniCredit-SocGen merger

6/5/2018
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Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the timing of the UK government's sale of its first RBS stake in three years, outage trouble at Visa Europe, and prospects for a merger deal between Italy's UniCredit and France's Société Générale

Duration:00:14:13