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Banking Weekly

Banking Weekly

United Kingdom

Each week the FT banking team discuss the biggest banking stories of the week, bringing you global insight and commentary on the top issues concerning this sector. To take part in the show or to comment please email audio@ft.com

Episodes

Deutsche Bank breaks Volcker rule, Credit Suisse earnings, a new UK lobby group and China's UnionPay  

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss how Deutsche Bank broke the Volcker rule, Credit Suisse's first quarter earnings, a new banking lobby group in the UK and the attempt by UnionPay, China's domestic credit card, to penetrate international markets.

US bank deregulation, free in-credit banking in the UK and Goldman results  

Caroline Binham and guests discuss the fate of the Volcker rule and bank deregulation in the US, the UK's free in-credit retail banking model and Goldman Sachs's disappointing first quarter performance. With special guest Paul Volcker, former Federal Reserve governor.

Barclays chief faces probe, Deutsche revival and US bank earnings  

Christopher Thompson and guests discuss the damage to the reputation of Jes Staley, Barclays chief executive, over his conduct towards a whistleblower, Deutsche Bank's capital increase and what to expect from this week's US bank earnings reports. With special guest Matt Nixon of Disraeli Group.

Women in finance, Credit Suisse tax probe and non-US banks in America  

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss new FT data on women in banking and why so few make it to the top, the sweeping tax probe facing Credit Suisse, and how regulation affects non-US banks in America. With special guest Sally Miller, chief executive of the Institute of International Bankers.

UK stress tests, 'one-hour contracts' and Credit Suisse bonuses  

Patrick Jenkins and the Financial Times banking team talk to Simon Brennan, a director at Deloitte, about the Bank of England's stress tests. The team also discuss Santander's introduction of 'one-hour contracts' and take a look at Credit Suisse as it prepares to raise capital and pay big bonuses.

The lure of Frankfurt, investment bank rankings, and ATMs  

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss signs that Frankfurt is emerging as the early frontrunner in the race to win jobs from London ahead of Britain’s EU departure, the latest investment bank rankings, and the . With special guests Hubertus Väth, director of Frankfurt Main Finance and Mark Benjamin, president and COO of cash machine company NCR.

Bank ethics, HSBC's new chairman and the life of a Wall Street analyst  

Caroline Binham and guests discuss a new survey of bank ethics in the UK, Mark Tucker's appointment as chairman of HSBC, and how the role of Wall Street bank analyst has changed in the last 25 years. With special guest Dame Colette Bowe of the UK Banking Standards Board and Mike Mayo, US bank research analyst.

Deutsche's rights issue, holding managers to account and Goldman's phone crackdown  

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss Deutsche Bank's big rights issue, the UK Senior Managers Regime one year on, and Goldman Sachs's crackdown on free phone calls. With special guest Davide Serra of Algebris Investments.

New UK clearing bank, Deutsche Bank pay and US banks' expatriate workers  

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the launch of the first new clearing bank in the UK in 200 years, Deutsche Bank pay and the friction in the US between Trump's protectionist policies and banks' desire to employ staff in Asia. With special guest Nick Odgen, executive chairman of Clear Bank.

RBS's EU reprieve, Deutsche Bank's mystery investor and HSBC profits slide  

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss a proposal that Royal Bank of Scotland should no longer be required to sell Williams & Glyn, Deutsche Bank's mystery Chinese investor and HSBC's disappointing results. With special guest Andrew Coombs of Citigroup.

Credit Suisse results, the Co-op's woes and how to price loans to people with limited credit histories  

Patrick Jenkins and the FT banking team discuss Credit Suisse's full-year results with Berenberg analyst James Chappell and the Co-operative Bank's struggle to survive under its current ownership. They also talk to Douglas Merrill of ZestFinance, a financial software company that helps lenders price loans to people with patchy credit histories.

Gary Cohn and US deregulation, Lloyds abuses and Italian banks  

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the merits of putting former Goldman Sachs banker Gary Cohn in charge of US deregulation, Lloyds bank's review of HBOS fraud customers, and Italian banking as UniCredit goes to the market and Intesa ponders a takeover of Generali. With special guest Dennis Kelleher, head of the regulatory think tank Better Markets.

Deutsche Bank settles Russia probe, Goldman challenges Trump and Europe's toxic loans  

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss Deutsche Bank's latest legal settlement, Goldman Sachs' criticism of Donald Trump's immigration reforms and the proposed creation of a 'bad bank' to deal with Europe's toxic loans. With special guest Andrea Enria, chairman of the European Banking Authority.

European banks on Brexit, Lloyds cyberattack and US banks on fintech  

Martin Arnold and guests discuss European banks' views on Brexit as expressed at the FT's European financial forum in Dublin, the recent cyberattack on Lloyds Bank and how mainstream US banks view their fintech competitors. With special guests Noreen Doyle of Credit Suisse, and David Stolin, professor of finance at Toulouse Business School

Davos news, William Hague joins Citigroup and US fourth quarter earnings  

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the latest news from Davos as financiers and policymakers gather in the Swiss ski resort, William Hague's appointment as an adviser to US bank Citigroup and the first of the US bank's fourth quarter earnings.

Global bank reform postponed, UK ringfence concerns and US banks' credit outlook  

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the decision by global financial supervisors to postpone a key bank reform vote, concerns that UK banks may be in danger of missing a 2019 ringfence deadline, and the credit markets outlook for US banks. With special guests Michael Lever of the investment banking association AFME, and David Fanger a senior vice president at Moody's.

Lloyds MBNA deal, US payments app Circle and 2017 predictions  

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss Lloyds Bank's first acquisition since it was rescued by the UK taxpayer over seven years ago, the Goldman Sachs-backed payments app Circle, and predictions for 2017, With special guest Jeremy Allaire, chief executive of Circle.

Italy's Unicredit, Goldman Sachs succession and tackling cybercrime  

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss Unicredit's restructuring plan, the implication for Goldman Sachs of another departure from its ranks, the bank's number two Garry Cohn, the recent hacking of customer accounts at the UK's Tesco Bank and international efforts to tackle cybercrime. With special guests Jean-Pierre Mustier, head of Unicredit, and Sarah Bloom-Raskin, US deputy Treasury secretary.

Italian referendum fallout and RBS liabilities  

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the repercussions of the Italian referendum on the country's banking sector and the costs for RBS as the UK bank tries to settle old scores with old shareholders. With special guest Davide Serra of investment fund Algebris.

Italian banks, UK stress test results and US fintech  

Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the outlook for Italian banks ahead of Sunday's referendum, UK stress tests and why RBS failed, and a new mood of co-operation between US banks and fintech companies. With special guests James Sym, fund manager at Schroders, and Zach Perret, CEO of US fintech company Plaid.

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