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South Korea approves first internet-only banks
By IB Staff Writer
South Korea’s Financial Services Commission (FSC) has given its consent to consortia led by Kakao and KT Corp, to establish internet-only banks in the country.
Banking Services > Online Banking > News
EU approves EUR2.72bn aid to Greek’s Piraeus Bank
By IB Staff Writer
The European Commission has approved €2.72bn in state aid for Greece’s Piraeus Bank, following a capital assessment by the European Central Bank's Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM).
RCS Capital announces appointment of new general counsel
RCS Capital Corporation announced today the appointment of Mason L. Allen as the Company's General Counsel, effective immediately. Mr. Allen succeeds James A. Tanaka, who previously held the position.
Intermediaries > ECN & Exchanges > News
Stanbic IBTC bank signs first international syndicated loan market transaction
Stanbic IBTC, a subsidiary of Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc, which belongs to the Standard Bank Group, has secured its debut syndicated term loan facility in an amount of $103,000,000
Banking Services > Commercial Banking > News
HSBC to close private banking unit in India
By IB Staff Writer
HSBC is reportedly planning to terminate its private banking operations in India in 2016 in the wake of intense competition in the Asia's third-largest economy.
Banking Services > Commercial Banking > News
Zagame Automotive becomes Rolls-Royce dealer for Melbourne
By ABR Staff Writer
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is delighted to confirm the Zagame Automotive Group as its newly appointed dealer for Melbourne, Victoria.
Warburg Pincus and General Atlantic to acquire 49% stake in Network International
By IB Staff Writer
Private equity firms Warburg Pincus and General Atlantic have agreed to acquire a 49% stake in payment solutions provider Network International from Abraaj Group.
Technology > Banking Technology > News
75% of banks focus on sales over customer service
Banks continue to face challenges when driving customer sales and acquisition via digital channels – according to new global retail banking study published today by Misys and Efma.
Banking Services > Commercial Banking > News
Western Union Business Solutions launches new risk management solutions
Western Union Business Solutions,today announced the launch of a new range of Risk Management Solutions, to make it easier for SME’s to run their businesses in the Czech Republic.
PIMCO slaps lawsuit against Citigroup over defective mortgage-backed securities
By IB Staff Writer
Pacific Investment Management Company (PIMCO), along with other investors, has filed a lawsuit against Citigroup for allegedly failing to monitor $13.8bn worth of mortgage-backed securities.
Intermediaries > ECN & Exchanges > News
Credit Suisse wins approval to offer securities brokerage services in China
By IB Staff Writer
Credit Suisse Founder Securities (CSFS), a Sino-Foreign joint venture (JV) securities company set up by Founder Securities and Credit Suisse in China, has secured approval from the China Securities Regulatory Commission to provide securities brokerage services in Shenzhen Qianhai.
Intermediaries > Prime Brokerages > News
KongZhong to sell parts of its stake in Ourgame for $30.9m
KongZhong Corporation (the "Company"), a leading online games publisher and developer in the PRC, today announced that its board of directors has approved the sale of a portion of its shareholding in Ourgame International Holdings Limited ("Ourgame") to Glassy Mind Holdings Limited.
Opus Bank announces closing of secondary offering
Opus Bank (“Opus”) announced today the closing of an underwritten secondary public offering of 5,479,452 shares of its common stock by investment funds affiliated with Fortress Investment Group LLC; Elliott Associates, L.P.; Starwood Capital Group Global, L.P.; Abrams Capital Management L.P.; PMG Ventures Holdings, L.P.; and Mount Kellett Master Fund II, LP (collectively, the “Selling Stockholders”).
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