Banking software isn’t sexy, but Thought Machine counts JPMorgan, Intesa Sanpaolo and Lloyds Bank among its backers and clients.
Chase Coleman’s Tiger Global became one of the world’s busiest venture capital investors. Any regrets yet?
Despite the catastrophic flaws, it’s a way to print money, which is why crypto enthusiasts will keep trying to make it happen.
Britain remains a global leader in financial services despite Brexit. Keeping its reputation for safety and strong rules should be its focus.
A decision must be made soon whether to list the UK chip designer in New York. It should stay in its home market.
Donors are missing out on tax breaks for their charitable contributions.
The FDIC’s focus on midsize bank mergers is both misguided and unnecessary.
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Unvaccinated people who got Covid last winter have little protection from reinfection, and even vaccinated people might be vulnerable after only a few months.
The cryptocurrency is a poor substitute for cash in an inflationary environment.
Investment firms, not just investors, have to listen hard to strike the right balance amid market volatility.
Appealing to the customers of the future may be uncomfortable for bank CEOs, but it’s a commercial imperative.
A proposal by Ping An, the bank’s biggest shareholder, to spin off the Asia business would hurt revenue and profits.
The French bank has shown consistently better equities revenue over the past year.
Modern couples have lots of options for handling their finances. What matters most is getting the communication started.
The company is struggling to retain people’s attention. Democratizing finance ain’t what it used to be.
Hefty charge dents profits, but that might not be the end of the costs from a bureaucratic mistake
Social media platforms are breeding grounds for digital currency scams. That needs to change.
Arming yourself with knowledge is half the battle.
It’s only risk piled on top of risk, at a particularly risky time.
The stock market values the Swiss lender more highly than its German rival. That should be reversed.
In the U.S., it’s entirely on us as individuals to safeguard our physical and financial health. Understanding your insurance plan is the first step toward doing so.
The Swiss bank hit record revenue for its equities division, but its Asian business is suffering.
The longer oversight is delayed, the greater the chance it won't be very innovation-friendly.
Higher interest rates will boost income for lenders but will curb loan demand and cause delinquent payments to rise.
Britain’s mortgage market is signaling fears of a recession. But big falls in property values look unlikely now that housing is the asset class of the well-off.
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Deepening bond losses cut into capital ratios, which put cash payouts to investors at risk.
China Merchants Bank’s innovative wealth-management business could be in for trouble ahead.
The head of the biggest U.S. bank points out how much unregulated competition is out there.
The three big Wall Street banks smashed expectations for stock- and bond-trading revenue but don’t know how long that can last.
JPMorgan’s CEO can’t predict how the war in Ukraine or the Fed’s inflation fight will play out, but he is optimistic about the U.S. consumer.
A market breakdown could have far-reaching economic consequences. The central bank must be prepared to lend emergency support.
JPMorgan Chase’s digital-only British operation will be a testing ground for infrastructure, technology, products and ideas.