Frederic Oudea, the CEO of Societe Generale, told CNBC that people were "too afraid" about the economic situation in France and Europe, and reassured them that stabilization was taking place over time.
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Two rainmakers who helped seal the largest acquisition in more than a decade were women: Karen Cook, a 14-year veteran of Goldman Sachs' investment bank in Europe, and Jennifer Nason, JPMorgan's top adviser to technology companies.
UBS board members gathered in Sydney last year to consider the bank’s fate, they joined 200 clients to drink champagne, eat canapes and mingle among beds of anthurium with purple spadixes jutting into the air.
The claims of JP Morgan hiring scores of children of powerful government officials throughout Asia have put the bank squarely in the sights of the United States government for violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Citigroup will sell its emerging-markets private-equity unit to the Rohatyn Group to comply with new curbs on risky bank investments. Terms weren’t disclosed.
JPMorgan Chase’s Bear Stearns Asset Management has won dismissal of a lawsuit by Bank of America Corp. over a collateralized debt obligation transaction that resulted in billions of dollars in losses.
French bank stocks have been the picks of Europe over the past year, outperforming the sector .SX7P by around 30% after shedding risky assets and boosting their capital defenses.
Consolidation in the banking industry is inevitable as the costs of litigation and a raft of new rules change the economics of the financial services industry, he predicts.
Global markets have suffered their worst quarterly performance since the depths of the eurozone crisis in 2011, with an estimated $11tn (£7tn) wiped off the value of world shares, despite an attempted rebound on the last day of September.
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A senior official at the Bank of England has warned of the risk of bowing to pressure from lobbyists in the banking industry who want to see a relaxation of rules introduced since the banking crisis.