Labor Department joins the Wells Fargo party, Deutsche Bank cut jobs, De-REITing is a thing, and does Basel III need to slow its roll?
Basel Committee's Coen talks market reforms, Mick Mulvaney broke the number one rule of bribery, Tom Brady goes VC route, and Bank of America talks guns.
A paper from the the International Swaps and Derivatives Association recommends the liquidation horizon for noncleared derivatives be based on position size in relation to an asset's market depth.
DTCC calls for more work from industry to advance OTC derivatives standards, data collection methods.
CME Group on the economics of Bitcoin, traders flock to the close, the evolution of ISDA, PIMCO's inspired real estate choices, and Mo Salah is magisterial.
Focusing on customers can help banks optimize their businesses
ISDA kicks off 33rd Annual General Meeting with release of Future of Derivatives survey results.
US-Mexico tensions set to spike, Wells Fargo has a leaker, Main Street preps for LIBOR changes, and is better regulation needed for ETFs?
Wells Fargo gets dinged, HSBC gets greener, Jes Staley skates, Arsene Wenger walks, and Avicii is gone.
Al Gore laughs last on sustainable investing, banks forget the Warren Rule, regulators diss coco bonds, money and guns, and how to lose a half-billion dollar yacht in a divorce.
VIX manipulation speculation re-ignites, cryptocurrencies and the MOS problem, UBS and Credit Suisse lead the way, A cool head in the clouds, and is housing still a wise investment?
#MeToo on Wall Street, geopolitical risks abound, Mnuchin does more Trumpsplaining, and how discrimination remains a grey area for a certain distinguished gentleman from Kentucky.
Trumps taps Clarida, Bowman for Fed, Trouble in the tea leaves, BAML flirts with Collins floor, the Blackstone-BlackRock divide, and logo fun at VW
The inconvenient truth about JPMorgan Chase, Deutsche Bank still has problems, Big Banks lobby against Big Tech, And what do Wells Fargo customers have in common with gun owners?