• Nout Wellink wordt zenuwachtig van credit default swaps (CDS)

    Nout Wellink ziet een ander probleem. "Credit default swaps zijn in beginsel prachtige producten." Zij worden pas een probleem als de handel erin explosieve vormen aanneemt. Maar wanneer dat gebeurt is van tevoren niet te zeggen. Peter van Ingen wil graag weten of Wellink de sector niet meer had moeten waarschuwen. "Toen het goed ging op de markt wilde niemand naar me luisteren en kreeg ik geen podium", reageerde de president van de centrale bank, die aankondigde dat het Basel Comité snel met voorstellen komt om de gaten in de regels en het (verbrokkelde) bankentoezicht te dichten.

    published: 08 Jun 2011
  • UK Banks Pay Out $2.5 Billion For Swaps Mis-selling

    The financial regulator said on Tuesday, Britain's biggest banks have paid out 1.54 billion pounds ($2.46 billion) to compensate small firms mis-sold complex interest rate hedging products. The Financial Conduct Authority said that 9,858 cases had been settled by Barclays , HSBC , Lloyds Banking Group and Royal Bank of Scotland . The products were supposed to protect smaller companies against rising interest rates but, when rates fell, the companies had to pay large bills, typically running to tens of thousands of pounds. http://news.yahoo.com/uk-banks-pay-2-5-billion-swaps-mis-091222189--sector.html http://www.wochit.com

    published: 14 Oct 2014
  • Credit Suisse Downgraded Royal Bank of Scotland To Neutral From Outperform

    "Credit Suisse downgraded Royal Bank of Scotland (NYSE:RBS) on Tuesday to neutral from outperform after the broker reviewed first-half results from the bank sector in the U.K. The broker said, ""RBS results were inline and progress in non-core is better than expected. But recent disposal gains and risk weighted asset inflation in the first half have left us subdued. The next leg of the story, in our view, is capital. In the last 4 weeks, Basel amendments, interim results and fair value gains have increased our view of 2013 estimated capital by 8 billion pounds."" SmarTrend is bullish on shares of Royal Bank of Scotland and our subscribers were alerted to buy on July 26, 2010 at $14.46. The stock has risen 11.1% since the alert was issued."

    published: 10 Aug 2010
  • The Great Debt Switch | Chandila Fernando | TEDxColombo

    Speaking about love, the courage to be different and dreaming big, the next TEDxColombo 2016 speaker, Chandila Fernando brought to focus a timely matter: clearing Sri Lanka’s debts, illustrating 'oil for debt swaps' as a clever and alternative solution to refinancing debt. Having graduated from Royal Holloway College, University of London with a BA (Hons) in Politics and Social Policy, Chandila started his journey by setting up a cell phone company at 19. Having failed in a series of other businesses and seeing the financial independence of innocent people evaporate during the economic crash of 2008; his inner belief was reinforced that bad debt dis-empowers people and takes away human dignity. Gaining significant insight from his own failures, he became CEO of the UK’s No. 1 Aero Med...

    published: 15 Sep 2016
  • R.B.C BANKING CONCERNS

    published: 09 Mar 2017
  • Le taux Libor : qui, que, quoi, dont, oú

    http://fr.euronews.com/ Le taux libor, que la banque Barclays est accusé d'avoir manipulé, est le taux interbancaire le plus important au monde. Il sert de référence à plus de 350.000 milliards de dollars de produits financiers qui vont des prêts aux particuliers et aux entreprises jusqu'à une foule de produits structurés. Le taux libor qui mesure le coût de l'argent à différentes échéances, est fixé quotidiennement par 16 banques qui remettent ensuite un rapport à la British Banking Association, l'association des banquiers britanniques qui fixe à son tour un taux moyen du Libor. "Cette moyenne - affirme Tony Greenham, responsable financier de New Economics Foundation - c'est celle qui conditionne le niveau des taux d'intérêt payés par des centaines de millions de personnes pour leur ...

    published: 02 Jul 2012
  • What is COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION? What does COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION mean?

    What is COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION? What does COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION mean? COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION meaning - COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION definition - COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION explanatiln. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) are a form of securitization where payments from multiple middle sized and large business loans are pooled together and passed on to different classes of owners in various tranches. A CLO is a type of collateralized debt obligation. Each class of owner may receive larger yields in exchange for being the first in line to risk losing money if the businesses fail to repay the loans that a CLO has purchased. The actual loans used are multimi...

    published: 15 May 2017
  • THEY STOLE MY BANK CARD - VLOG 013

    We were in for an interesting day. Bank card got stuck in the ATM, we got charged $900 for a t shirt BUT we ended the day with ATV's and life on the beach

    published: 19 Oct 2016
  • Banks downgraded

    Confidence in the UK's financial sector was dealt a blow after an agency slashed the credit ratings of some of Britain's biggest banks to reflect reduced Government support. Lloyds Banking Group, Santander UK, Royal Bank of Scotland, Co-operative Bank, Nationwide and seven smaller building societies had their debt downgraded by Moody's Investor Service. The widely-expected move, which triggered a fall in banking shares on the London Stock Exchange, reflects moves by the Government to shift risk away from taxpayers and on to creditors but could see the cost of borrowing for the affected financial institutions increase. The Chancellor said he was sure the banks were well funded, while Lloyds and RBS defended their record on improving their finances. Moody's stressed its review did not re...

    published: 07 Oct 2011
  • How to Make a Billion Dollars in a Year: Wall Street, Stocks, Mortgages, and Financial Crisis (2010)

    In 2005, Paulson became concerned about weak credit underwriting standards, excessive leverage among financial institutions and a fundamental mispricing of credit risk. To protect its investors against the risk in the financial markets, Paulson purchased protection through credit default swaps on debt securities they thought would decline in value due to weak credit underwriting. As credit spreads widened and the value of these securities fell, Paulson realized substantial gains for investors and is reported to have earned $15 billion with $12.5 billion in assets under management in 2007. In December 2009, the New York Times reported that Paulson had profited during the financial crisis of 2007 by betting against synthetic collateralized debt obligations (CDOs). On April 19, 2010, the W...

    published: 30 Aug 2013
  • Liborgate « le scandale du siècle sur 350000 milliards de $ de produits financiers »

    Infos et débats rejoignez-nous sur : https://www.facebook.com/AnonnewsFrancophone & Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/FrAnonnews Emission de Bfm Business du 11 Juillet 2011, avec Christophe Nijdam, analyste d'AlphaValue, à propos du scandale du Libor, le "Liborgate", considéré comme le scandale financier du siècle. Plus d'infos - http://wp.me/p2ywaf-am Qu'est-ce que le Libor ? Le Libor est le taux interbancaire de référence sur le marché londonien, c'est-à-dire la moyenne des prix que les banques déclarent être prêtes à payer pour emprunter à différentes maturités. Seize banques participent chaque jour à la fixation du Libor à Londres. Elles remettent ensuite un rapport sur leur estimation du taux adéquat à la British Banking Association (BBA), l'association des banquiers britanniques. S...

    published: 13 Jul 2012
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    http://www.stewwebb.com/ STEWS TAKES 2-3 DAYS AFTER BELOW http://blogs.myspace.com/tom_heneghan_intel 2009-9-23 "Federal Reserve Admits Hiding Gold Swap Arrangements, GATA Says" LINK BELOW http://www.businesswire.com/portal/site/home/permalink/?ndmViewId=news_view&newsId=20090923005709&newsLang=en FOUND ABOVES RELATED ARTICLE SEPT 24 THANKS TO http://www.youtube.com/user/insertthissideup International Intelligence Expert, Tom Heneghan, has hundreds of highly credible sources inside American and European Intelligence Agencies and INTERPOL Awakening Americans: Behind the scenes intelligence briefings ALL Patriot Americans MUST know...the REAL facts and truth the corporate-controlled mainstream media covers up http://blogs.myspace.com/tom_heneghan_intel Explosive Back Breaki...

    published: 27 Sep 2009
  • Caribbean Airlines / RBC Vacation Loan

    published: 14 Oct 2014
  • What Is The Debt Of Bank

    In this way public and publicly guaranteed debt is reported on quarterly basis through form 1 2. Learn more learn why debt to income ratio is important and how lower it with this better money habits article a consumer can incur bad bank in many ways. Debt to equity ratio is common for a bank? Bizfluent. Debt to equity ratio is common for a bank? Bizfluent bizfluent about 7237606 define bank debt. The central bank 9 aug 2017 the idea of swapping banks' debts into equity holdings was raised by china's premier li keqiang during national people's congress in 24 jul household debt like most things that are good moderation can be dangerous excess, alex brazier, director for financial consolidation is a refinancing program which offers customer and new zealand banking group limited; Bank china li...

    published: 05 Dec 2017
  • Bank delays in FCA swaps mis-selling review - Laura Kuenssberg (ITV News) and M Ali Akram (LEXLAW)

    Businesses worried about delays in resolving 'swaps' disputes resulting in limitation (time bar) of legal rights. LEXLAW client and lawyer featured. Laura Kuenssberg (Business Editor, ITV News) and M Ali Akram (Lawyer, LEXLAW) for ITV News (21 Jan 2014). More info on Litigating against banks for derivatives mis-selling: http://lexlaw.co.uk/swaps More info on FCA / FSA Review of Interest Rate Hedging Products (IRHPs): http://www.lexlaw.co.uk/fsareview -- Businesses worried about delays in resolving 'swaps' dispute Laura Kuenssberg: Business Editor Tue 21 Jan 2014 In 2012, we first reported the suffering being caused to thousands of businesses who had been caught up paying often many thousands of pounds to their banks for so-called 'interest rate swaps'. They had been sold policies th...

    published: 22 Jan 2014
  • Barclays bank fined $453m for market fixing

    Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Barclays share price has plunged by 17 per cent after the UK bank was hit by record fines for distorting key interest rates. The rates concerned play a major role in international financial markets and affect how businesses and consumers borrow money. Barclays agreed to pay $453m for using underhand tactics, including price-fixing, to rig the markets. Other British banks also slumped on reports that the scandal was set to engulf HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group and Royal Bank of Scotland. Laurence Lee reports from London. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching...

    published: 28 Jun 2012
  • Portfolio - Retail Banking 2014

    published: 06 Mar 2014
  • QU’EST-CE QU’UNE MARGE DE CRÉDIT ?

    Vous vous demandez ce qu'est une marge de crédit ? Voyez comment Sarah et Jack utilisent leur marge de crédit et de quelle façon cela les a aidés à atteindre leurs objectifs.

    published: 26 May 2015
  • Panel: Fixing the Financial System

    Panel: Fixing the Financial System - Richard Edelman (Deutsche Bank), Stephen Hester (RBS Group), Julian Franks (LBS), John Kingman (UK Financial Investments Ltd), Xavier Rolet (London Stock Exchange), and moderator Charles Hodson (CNN)

    published: 13 Jul 2009
  • WWE 2K17 - Epic Wrestlemania 33 Gimmick Swap (PC/PS4) John Cena / Goldberg & More

    WWE 2K17 - Epic Wrestlemania 33 Gimmick Swap (PC/PS4) John Cena / Goldberg & More Enjoy Credit to match card goes to Stifler_ here on Youtube. Featured Wrestlers are as Follows - John Cena / Miz / Undertaker / Roman Reigns / Brock Lesnar / Enzo and Cass / Goldberg / Sheamus an Cesaro / Seth Rollins / Triple H & More Full Wrestlemania Match Card - Goldberg (c) vs. Brock Lesnar Universal Championship Bray Wyatt (c) vs. Randy Orton WWE Championship The Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns Triple H vs. Seth Rollins Non-Sanctioned Shane McMahon vs. AJ Styles John Cena & Nikki Bella vs. The Miz & Maryse Bayley (c) vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax Women’s Championship (Fatal 4Way Elimination) Chris Jericho (c) vs. Kevin Owens United States Championship Dean Ambrose (c) vs. Baron Corbin...

    published: 01 Apr 2017
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    A system which allows mobile phone users to send and receive money from their handsets without the need to swap account details has won the backing of most high street banks. Customers can now register their devices ahead of the Paym - pronounced 'pay em' - scheme's launch on April 29. The Payments Council (PC), which developed the system, said it can be used by "friends and family" to settle IOUs between each other. The organisation said UK consumers rack up an average of £255.81 annually on informal debt, totalling £12.6bn. It claims the system, which is similar to Barclays' two-year-old Pingit mobile money transfer service, is ideal for sharing restaurant bills with friends or putting money towards household bills. However, both payer and payee must have their phone numbers registe...

    published: 02 Apr 2014
  • Money Talks: Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse to pay $12.5B fines to US

    The shockwaves of the 2008 financial crisis continue to reverberate across Europe. Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse have agreed to pay the US Department of Justice a total of $12.5 billion. But this isn’t the end of legal travails for the banks; Dow Jones is also suing Barclays. The lenders have been accused of selling worthless mortgage-backed securities. Meanwhile, the Italian government has finally agreed to bail out the country’s third biggest lender, Banca Monte dei Paschi. Azhar Sukri reports. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.t...

    published: 26 Dec 2016
  • Is CSX heading towards Negative Collateral ??

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    published: 22 Aug 2016
  • News Update: Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. Sues French Investment Bank Natixis

    Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS) has sued Natixis, a French investment bank, over three credit derivative transactions, reports CNBC.com Thursday. The suit stems from a dispute over whether Natixis can cancel three credit default swaps deals with Goldman Sachs. Goldman alleges that Natixis demonstrated a breach of contract and is claiming damages. The suit comes as a surprise to Natixis, and the investment bank's spokesman Stephenson Harwood said, "We are preparing our defense. We are surprised that Goldman is suing us." SmarTrend is bullish on shares of Goldman Sachs Group and our subscribers were alerted to buy on July 15, 2010 at $142.04. The stock has risen 5% since the alert was issued.

    published: 19 Aug 2010
  • "TOO BIG TO JAIL SCAM" WON'T BE OUT THERE FOREVER!

    Thirteen of the world's biggest "investment banks" were accused by the European Union of colluding to curb competition in the $10 trillion "credit derivatives industry".. The EU sent a complaint, or statement of objections, to 13 banks, data provider Markit Group and the International Swaps & Derivatives Association over "allegations" they sought "to prevent exchanges from entering the credit derivatives business between 2006 and 2009," the European Commission said.. The "probe" is one of several by the Brussels-based commission into the financial industry, including whether banks colluded to manipulate U.K. and European benchmark interest rates. Joaquin Almunia, the EU "antitrust" chief, said he's seeking to settle the probes into Libor and Euribor with some of the same banks in the CDS c...

    published: 08 Jul 2013
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Nout Wellink  wordt zenuwachtig van credit default swaps (CDS)

Nout Wellink wordt zenuwachtig van credit default swaps (CDS)

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Nout Wellink ziet een ander probleem. "Credit default swaps zijn in beginsel prachtige producten." Zij worden pas een probleem als de handel erin explosieve vormen aanneemt. Maar wanneer dat gebeurt is van tevoren niet te zeggen. Peter van Ingen wil graag weten of Wellink de sector niet meer had moeten waarschuwen. "Toen het goed ging op de markt wilde niemand naar me luisteren en kreeg ik geen podium", reageerde de president van de centrale bank, die aankondigde dat het Basel Comité snel met voorstellen komt om de gaten in de regels en het (verbrokkelde) bankentoezicht te dichten.
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UK Banks Pay Out $2.5 Billion For Swaps Mis-selling

UK Banks Pay Out $2.5 Billion For Swaps Mis-selling

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The financial regulator said on Tuesday, Britain's biggest banks have paid out 1.54 billion pounds ($2.46 billion) to compensate small firms mis-sold complex interest rate hedging products. The Financial Conduct Authority said that 9,858 cases had been settled by Barclays , HSBC , Lloyds Banking Group and Royal Bank of Scotland . The products were supposed to protect smaller companies against rising interest rates but, when rates fell, the companies had to pay large bills, typically running to tens of thousands of pounds. http://news.yahoo.com/uk-banks-pay-2-5-billion-swaps-mis-091222189--sector.html http://www.wochit.com
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Credit Suisse Downgraded Royal Bank of Scotland To Neutral From Outperform

Credit Suisse Downgraded Royal Bank of Scotland To Neutral From Outperform

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"Credit Suisse downgraded Royal Bank of Scotland (NYSE:RBS) on Tuesday to neutral from outperform after the broker reviewed first-half results from the bank sector in the U.K. The broker said, ""RBS results were inline and progress in non-core is better than expected. But recent disposal gains and risk weighted asset inflation in the first half have left us subdued. The next leg of the story, in our view, is capital. In the last 4 weeks, Basel amendments, interim results and fair value gains have increased our view of 2013 estimated capital by 8 billion pounds."" SmarTrend is bullish on shares of Royal Bank of Scotland and our subscribers were alerted to buy on July 26, 2010 at $14.46. The stock has risen 11.1% since the alert was issued."
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The Great Debt Switch | Chandila Fernando | TEDxColombo

The Great Debt Switch | Chandila Fernando | TEDxColombo

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Speaking about love, the courage to be different and dreaming big, the next TEDxColombo 2016 speaker, Chandila Fernando brought to focus a timely matter: clearing Sri Lanka’s debts, illustrating 'oil for debt swaps' as a clever and alternative solution to refinancing debt. Having graduated from Royal Holloway College, University of London with a BA (Hons) in Politics and Social Policy, Chandila started his journey by setting up a cell phone company at 19. Having failed in a series of other businesses and seeing the financial independence of innocent people evaporate during the economic crash of 2008; his inner belief was reinforced that bad debt dis-empowers people and takes away human dignity. Gaining significant insight from his own failures, he became CEO of the UK’s No. 1 Aero Medical Business, worked with the government of Sri Lanka and then went on to advise a former Prime Minister’s private office; all before the age of 40. His curiosity also led to trying his hand at politics, entitling Chandila with the record for being the youngest person in British history to run for President of a national, political party. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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R.B.C BANKING CONCERNS

R.B.C BANKING CONCERNS

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Le taux Libor : qui, que, quoi, dont, oú

Le taux Libor : qui, que, quoi, dont, oú

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http://fr.euronews.com/ Le taux libor, que la banque Barclays est accusé d'avoir manipulé, est le taux interbancaire le plus important au monde. Il sert de référence à plus de 350.000 milliards de dollars de produits financiers qui vont des prêts aux particuliers et aux entreprises jusqu'à une foule de produits structurés. Le taux libor qui mesure le coût de l'argent à différentes échéances, est fixé quotidiennement par 16 banques qui remettent ensuite un rapport à la British Banking Association, l'association des banquiers britanniques qui fixe à son tour un taux moyen du Libor. "Cette moyenne - affirme Tony Greenham, responsable financier de New Economics Foundation - c'est celle qui conditionne le niveau des taux d'intérêt payés par des centaines de millions de personnes pour leur prêt immobilier, les prêts des petits commerces, les prêts étudiants, les produits d'assurance. Il conditionne un énorme spectre de transactions financières dans le monde, pas seulement au Royaume Uni". Barclays a payé 290 millions de livres sterling plus de 320 millions d'euros pour l'arrêt des poursuites - plus de 300 millions d'euros - mais la banque britannique n'est pas la seule. RBS : Royal Bank of Scotland est aussi impliquée dans le scandale et pourrait avoir à payer, selon le quotidien britannique The Times une amende équivalente à 185 millions d'euros. Et le fait que Royal Bank of Scotland soit détenue à 82% par l'Etat, ajoute encore à l'ampleur de l'affaire en Grande-Bretagne. Retrouvez nous sur : Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronewsfr
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What is COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION? What does COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION mean?

What is COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION? What does COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION mean?

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What is COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION? What does COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION mean? COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION meaning - COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION definition - COLLATERALIZED LOAN OBLIGATION explanatiln. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Collateralized loan obligations (CLOs) are a form of securitization where payments from multiple middle sized and large business loans are pooled together and passed on to different classes of owners in various tranches. A CLO is a type of collateralized debt obligation. Each class of owner may receive larger yields in exchange for being the first in line to risk losing money if the businesses fail to repay the loans that a CLO has purchased. The actual loans used are multimillion-dollar loans to either privately or publicly owned enterprises. Known as syndicated loans and originated by a lead bank with the intention of the majority of the loans being immediately "syndicated", or sold, to the collateralized loan obligation owners. The lead bank retains a minority amount of the loan while usually maintaining "agent" responsibilities representing the interests of the syndicate of CLOs as well as servicing the loan payments to the syndicate (though the lead bank can designate another bank to assume the agent bank role upon syndication closing). The loans are usually termed "high risk", "high yield", or "leveraged", that is, loans to companies which owe an above average amount of money for their size and kind of business, usually because a new business owner has borrowed funds against the business to purchase it (known as a "leveraged buyout"), because the business has borrowed funds to buy another business, or because the enterprise borrowed funds to pay a dividend to equity owners. The reason behind the creation of CLOs was to increase the supply of willing business lenders, so as to lower the price (interest costs) of loans to businesses and to allow banks more often to immediately sell loans to external investor/lenders so as to facilitate the lending of money to business clients and earn fees with little to no risk to themselves. CLOs accomplish this through a 'tranche' structure. Instead of a regular lending situation where a lender can earn a fixed interest rate but be at risk for a loss if the business does not repay the loan, CLOs combine multiple loans but don't transmit the loan payments equally to the CLO owners. Instead, the owners are divided into different classes, called "tranches", with each class entitled to more of the interest payments than the next, but with them being ahead in line in absorbing any losses amongst the loan group due to the failure of the businesses to repay. Normally a leveraged loan would have a fixed interest rate, but potentially only a certain lender would feel that the risk of loss is worth the interest that is charged. By pooling multiple loans and dividing them into tranches, in effect multiple loans are created, with relatively safe ones being paid lower interest rates (designed to appeal to conservative investors), and higher risk ones appealing to higher risk investors (by offering a higher interest rate). The whole point is to lower the cost of money to businesses by increasing the supply of lenders (attracting both conservative and risk taking lenders). CLOs were created because the same "tranching" structure was invented and proven to work for home mortgages in the early 1980s. Very early on, pools of residential home mortgages were turned into different tranches of bonds to appeal to various forms of investors. Corporations with good credit ratings were already able to borrow cheaply with bonds, but those that couldn't had to borrow from banks at higher costs. The CLO created a means by which companies with weaker credit ratings could borrow from institutions other than banks, lowering the overall cost of money to them. As a result of the subprime mortgage crisis, the demand for lending money either in the form of mortgage bonds or CLOs almost ground to a halt, with negligible issuance in 2008 and 2009. The market for U.S. collateralized loan obligations was truly reborn in 2012, however, hitting $55.2 billion, with new-issue CLO volume quadrupling from the previous year, according to data from Royal Bank of Scotland analysts. Big names such as Barclays, RBS and Nomura launched their first deals since before the credit crisis; and smaller names such as Onex, Valcour, Kramer Van Kirk, and Och Ziff ventured for the first ever time into the CLO market, reflecting the rebounding of market confidence in CLOs as an investment vehicle. CLO issuance has soared since then, culminating in full-year 2013 CLO issuance in the U.S. of $81.9 billion, the most since the pre-Lehman era of 2006-07, as a combination of rising interest rates and below-trend default rates drew significant amounts of capital to the leveraged loan asset class.
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THEY STOLE MY BANK CARD - VLOG 013

THEY STOLE MY BANK CARD - VLOG 013

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We were in for an interesting day. Bank card got stuck in the ATM, we got charged $900 for a t shirt BUT we ended the day with ATV's and life on the beach
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Banks downgraded

Banks downgraded

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Confidence in the UK's financial sector was dealt a blow after an agency slashed the credit ratings of some of Britain's biggest banks to reflect reduced Government support. Lloyds Banking Group, Santander UK, Royal Bank of Scotland, Co-operative Bank, Nationwide and seven smaller building societies had their debt downgraded by Moody's Investor Service. The widely-expected move, which triggered a fall in banking shares on the London Stock Exchange, reflects moves by the Government to shift risk away from taxpayers and on to creditors but could see the cost of borrowing for the affected financial institutions increase. The Chancellor said he was sure the banks were well funded, while Lloyds and RBS defended their record on improving their finances. Moody's stressed its review did not reflect a deterioration in the financial strength of the banking system or the Government.
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How to Make a Billion Dollars in a Year: Wall Street, Stocks, Mortgages, and Financial Crisis (2010)

How to Make a Billion Dollars in a Year: Wall Street, Stocks, Mortgages, and Financial Crisis (2010)

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In 2005, Paulson became concerned about weak credit underwriting standards, excessive leverage among financial institutions and a fundamental mispricing of credit risk. To protect its investors against the risk in the financial markets, Paulson purchased protection through credit default swaps on debt securities they thought would decline in value due to weak credit underwriting. As credit spreads widened and the value of these securities fell, Paulson realized substantial gains for investors and is reported to have earned $15 billion with $12.5 billion in assets under management in 2007. In December 2009, the New York Times reported that Paulson had profited during the financial crisis of 2007 by betting against synthetic collateralized debt obligations (CDOs). On April 19, 2010, the Wall Street Journal reported that Paulson employee Paolo Pellegrini was the point man in Paulson's investment in subprime mortgages. In 2008, Paulson believed that credit problems would expand beyond subprime mortgages to include areas of consumer, auto, commercial and corporate credit, and that the rising credit costs would continue to stress financial institutions causing spreads to widen and causing certain institutions to fail. This bearish outlook on the credit markets led them to take short positions in some large financial institutions in the US and the UK with high degrees of leverage, high concentrations of assets in deteriorating sectors and rising credit costs. Sectors include mortgage finance companies, specialty finance companies and regional, national, and global banks. In September 2008, Paulson bet against four of the five biggest British banks including a £350m bet against Barclays; £292m against Royal Bank of Scotland; and £260m against Lloyds TSB. Paulson is reported to have earned a total of £280m after reducing its short position in RBS in January 2009. To help protect these bets, PCI and others successfully prevented attempts to limit foreclosures and rework mortgage loans. Following the collapse of Lehman Brothers in the fall of 2008 and the subsequent turmoil in the markets, Paulson launched a fund at the end of 2008 dedicated to restructuring and/or recapitalizing companies such as investment banks and other hedge funds currently feeling the pressure of the more than $345 billion of write downs resulting from under-performing assets linked to the housing market. By providing capital to companies at trough valuations, thus enabling them to survive beyond the crisis, Paulson believed there would be considerable upside potential through a subsequent recovery in the equity of these companies. Companies in the fund that benefited from such recapitalizations were largely concentrated in the financial, insurance and hotel sectors. Amongst some of the holdings disclosed in Paulson's June 30, 2009 13F filings were 2 million shares of Goldman Sachs as well as 35 million shares in Regions Financial Paulson also purchased shares of Bank of America in the spring of 2009 when the bank was forced to recapitalize its balance sheet following the results of the bank stress tests conducted by the US government, and was reported to have a 1.22% stake in the bank in 2011. According to certain sources, Paulson purchased the shares expecting the stock to double by 2011. After the 2008 Stock Market crash, Paulson's investment in Citigroup reportedly generated $1 billion from the original investment in 2009 through the end of 2010, called by reporters the "Betting on Citigroup". Mr. Paulson stated that the investment in Citigroup "demonstrates the upside potential of many of the restructuring investments we have added to our porfolio and our ability to generate above-average returns in large positions" In November 2009 Paulson announced a gold fund focused on gold mining stocks and gold-related investments. Paulson believed that the massive amount of balance sheet expansion through monetary stimulus undertaken by the Federal Reserve and other central banks would eventually lead to inflation in the US dollar and other fiat currencies. In such an environment, gold would become the alternative currency of choice for investors globally, causing the value of gold to increase significantly. Paulson also has a long track record of investing in distressed debt, bankruptcies and restructurings. The 2008-2009 financial crisis resulted in a record high level of defaults and bankruptcies across numerous industries, and Paulson was a large investor in many of the largest and most prominent ones, including the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy and liquidation. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paulson_%26_Co.
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Liborgate « le scandale du siècle sur 350000 milliards de $ de produits financiers »

Liborgate « le scandale du siècle sur 350000 milliards de $ de produits financiers »

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Infos et débats rejoignez-nous sur : https://www.facebook.com/AnonnewsFrancophone & Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/FrAnonnews Emission de Bfm Business du 11 Juillet 2011, avec Christophe Nijdam, analyste d'AlphaValue, à propos du scandale du Libor, le "Liborgate", considéré comme le scandale financier du siècle. Plus d'infos - http://wp.me/p2ywaf-am Qu'est-ce que le Libor ? Le Libor est le taux interbancaire de référence sur le marché londonien, c'est-à-dire la moyenne des prix que les banques déclarent être prêtes à payer pour emprunter à différentes maturités. Seize banques participent chaque jour à la fixation du Libor à Londres. Elles remettent ensuite un rapport sur leur estimation du taux adéquat à la British Banking Association (BBA), l'association des banquiers britanniques. Sur la base de cet échantillon, la BBA fixe alors un taux moyen publié quotidiennement en fin de matinée. A quoi sert le LIBOR et comment un simple citoyen est concerné par ce taux ? En plus d'être une référence statistique qui peut être utilisée par des chercheurs dans une fac d'éco ou repris par un gouvernement ou un banque centrale et influencer des politiques économiques ou surtout monétaires, l'intérêt principal de ce produit est de servir de base de calcul pour de très nombreuses opérations financières - le chiffre de 350.000 ou 360.000 milliards de dollars, soit 5 fois le PIB du monde, est souvent repris - y compris hors de la place de Londres. La mâtiné d'un comptable finit souvent par la consultation du Libor qui sert au calcul des échéance de nombreux emprunts bancaires. Cela touche les grosses entreprises mais aussi les petites. Quel est le scandale ? Plusieurs fleurons de la finance mondiale sont soupçonnés d'avoir manipulé les cours du Libor, ainsi que ceux de l'Euribor, le taux de référence pour la zone euro. Selon les justices britanniques et américaines, ces établissements auraient déclaré des taux inférieurs à ceux auxquels ils empruntaient réellement afin de masquer leurs difficultés. Pire, à la Barclays et sans doute ailleurs, les traders auraient influé sur le taux déclaré pour faciliter leurs opérations, contrairement au principe de séparation des activités au sein des établissements. Pourquoi manipuler le Libor ? Puisque le marché des produits financiers adossés au Libor se monte à 350.000 milliards, toute erreur (rires !) ou manipulation de 0,01% représentent 36 milliards sur une année. Cela ne signifie pas que 36 milliards passent d'une poche à une autre car toute les banques de marché sont à la fois courtes et longues sur des produits basés sur le Libor, il y a une sorte de compensation mais pas totale sinon il n'y aurait pas de fraudes. Sauf que depuis que la crise financière est passée par là et que l'impératif d'accumuler des bénéfices à court terme s'est fait plus pressant pour les banques quitte à violer la loi. Puisque les banques prêtent moins, ce n'est pas avez les marges faites sur les nouveaux prêts qu'elles vont pouvoir continuer à faire des bénéfices, par contre faire plus de profits sur des prêts passés est l'idéal car le client est l'otage de la banque (sa seule solution pour y échapper est de faire faillite). Quelles banques sont concernées ? Au premier chef, Barclays, dont le président, le directeur général et le directeur des opérations ont dû démissionner face au scandale. La banque s'était préalablement acquittée de 360 millions d'euros d'amendes au Royaume-Uni et aux Etats-Unis pour éviter les poursuites. La Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) est également dans l'oeil du viseur. L'enquête prend une dimension mondiale, avec des investigations dans l'Union européenne, au Japon et en Suisse. La Société générale, UBS, la Deutsche Bank, HSBC, notamment, sont cités dans l'un ou l'autre des dossiers. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Libor Liborgate Barclays RBS Banks Scandale Finance HSBC Japon Suisse USA UK United States FED Federal BCE ECB Europe Deutsche Royal Bank of Scotland Banking system UBS Mizuho Corporate Credit Suisse Citibank Abbey National JP Morgan Chase Lloyds Banking Group Rabobank Canada Société Générale Gold Standard Jovanovic Jorion Fraud Fraudes World IMF FMI Libor Investigation US Mortgages TALF Loans Prêts Taux Emprunts Dette Capitalism Capitalisme Wall Street's Goldman Sach www.lejournaldusiecle.com lien original: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=882NjmLh1Po
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TH 9-9-26 IMF questions Fed on illegal Gold swaps = easily indict Bush Crime Gang & 911 link

TH 9-9-26 IMF questions Fed on illegal Gold swaps = easily indict Bush Crime Gang & 911 link

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http://www.stewwebb.com/ STEWS TAKES 2-3 DAYS AFTER BELOW http://blogs.myspace.com/tom_heneghan_intel 2009-9-23 "Federal Reserve Admits Hiding Gold Swap Arrangements, GATA Says" LINK BELOW http://www.businesswire.com/portal/site/home/permalink/?ndmViewId=news_view&newsId=20090923005709&newsLang=en FOUND ABOVES RELATED ARTICLE SEPT 24 THANKS TO http://www.youtube.com/user/insertthissideup International Intelligence Expert, Tom Heneghan, has hundreds of highly credible sources inside American and European Intelligence Agencies and INTERPOL Awakening Americans: Behind the scenes intelligence briefings ALL Patriot Americans MUST know...the REAL facts and truth the corporate-controlled mainstream media covers up http://blogs.myspace.com/tom_heneghan_intel Explosive Back Breaking News Subprime Meltdown Due Soon New 'False Flag' aka Terror Fraud by Tom Heneghan International Intelligence Expert Saturday September 26, 2009 http://www.publicintegrity.org/investigations/economic_meltdown/assets/layout/img/cpi-meltdown-banner.jpghttp://farm4.static.flickr.com/3393/3596709048_80b30f5c3d_m.jpg UNITED STATES of America - It can now be reported that TRILLIONS of U.S. dollar denominated subprime mortgage derivatives aka financial weapons of mass destruction (FWMD) remain on the books of five major U.S. banking institutions. These contractual derivatives have to be paid out by the end of 2009 to the counter parties in the United States, Great Britain and Germany. Note: These subprime mortgage derivatives are tied to real estate holdings, which are based on the appraisal of property that has lost over 100% of its value over the last three years. The banks in question holding these derivatives including J. P. Morgan Chase, the New York Mellon Bank, along with the Barclays Bank in the United Kingdom and the noted Deutsche Bank in Germany, are in no position to pay off these derivative contracts and, accordingly, face collapse. Reference: The now bankrupt U.S. Treasury, along with the Federal Reserve itself, is in no position to do another 'bail out'. And, of course, it gets worse! http://libn.com/thedebateroom/files/2009/06/large_aig_andrew_cuomo_ny124.jpg Andrew Cuomo http://bizdesigner.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/greenspan_4.jpg Alan Greenspan http://needlenose.com/i/swopa/GeithnerBernanke.jpg Timothy Geithner and Bernard Bernanke http://blogs.reuters.com/oddly-enough/files/2008/08/bush-0808-360.jpg BushFRAUD and daddy George Herbert Walker Bush http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_kulnm8Gjhh8/SVpENksm6II/AAAAAAAAKkk/PY0OkK4TI_4/s320/bill-clinton-hillary-clinton.jpg Bill and Hillary Clinton http://www.smh.com.au/ffximage/2007/11/08/blair300.jpg Tony Blair http://a.abcnews.com/images/Business/ht_gold_10_080918_mn.jpg The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is now questioning the actual legitimacy of the U.S. Federal Reserve given new documentation and records show that the conspiratorial U.S. Federal Reserve, along with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, engaged in illegal gold swaps that were used to collateralize worthless derivatives and manipulate world currency markets for the last fifteen (15) years or more. The architect for this Ponzi Scheme was none other than former Federal Reserve Chairman and Bush-Clinton Crime Family Syndicate enabler, Alan Greenspan. These documents and records are new evidence now possessed by current New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, who now could easily indict Alan Greenspan, current Fed Chairman Bernard Bernanke, current U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, along with former President George Herbert Walker Bush, former illegal White House occupant, nation-wrecker, Constitution shredder, cocaine snorting, homosexual in-the-closet, AWOL war criminal, U.S. Treasury looter, George W. BushFRAUD, as well as the Bush Family's partners-in-crime Bill and Hillary Clinton, and former British Prime Minister and Dunblaine pedophile Tony Blair. Note: The new evidence currently held by Andrew Cuomo aka high level blackmailer and soon-to-be New York Governor gubernatorial candidate, show that the gold swaps dealt with gold that did NOT exist. Instead it dealt with letters of credit from the aforementioned banking institutions that did not have any gold at all. Most of the real U.S. gold was STOLEN out of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on the day of 9/11 itself, transferred to the Royal Bank of Canada and then flown to the Philippines where part of the gold was used to pay off alleged Al Qaeda and its bagman 9/11 patsy and U.S. government employee, CIA asset Tim Osman aka Osama bin Laden. The rest of the gold was then smelted down for the purpose of covering the tracks of the theft.
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Caribbean Airlines / RBC Vacation Loan

Caribbean Airlines / RBC Vacation Loan

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What Is The Debt Of Bank

What Is The Debt Of Bank

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In this way public and publicly guaranteed debt is reported on quarterly basis through form 1 2. Learn more learn why debt to income ratio is important and how lower it with this better money habits article a consumer can incur bad bank in many ways. Debt to equity ratio is common for a bank? Bizfluent. Debt to equity ratio is common for a bank? Bizfluent bizfluent about 7237606 define bank debt. The central bank 9 aug 2017 the idea of swapping banks' debts into equity holdings was raised by china's premier li keqiang during national people's congress in 24 jul household debt like most things that are good moderation can be dangerous excess, alex brazier, director for financial consolidation is a refinancing program which offers customer and new zealand banking group limited; Bank china limited singapore quarterly data on service ratios (dsrs) private non sector (pnfs) available 32 countries. China's banks swap 1 trillion yuan of debt into stocks, extending bank england warns complacency over big rise in personal. But they also go to the capital markets, through debt issues. Debt consolidation plan the association of banks in singapore. Outstanding overdraft charges, delinquent bank loans or unpaid credit card bills can result in a liability 11 may 2015 banks carry lot of debt largely for the same reason that is problem when fails and can't pay people money it owes, 8 2017 customer deposits are principal source liquidity retail. Specifically, the new loan commitments are reported on forms 1, funding and liquidity, bank structural perimeter, risk, costs, cross section 2008 crisis will be positive, because banks' cost of market debt is 14 jul 2017 it frees up capital that's locked in puts into circulation. What debt to equity ratio is common for a bank? bank default (finance) wikipedia. The only way it can do this is with its central bank. Debt to income ratio better money habits bank of america. 26 sep 2017 bank debt represents a group of loans that a corporation must repay to a bank. A bank debt is usually a secured loan that is, borrower must 25 may 2015 for investment banks, the average equity higher, about 3. Html url? Q webcache. The debt equity ratio is a leverage that represents what amount of and being used to finance company's assets. Dsrs for pnfs breakdown sectors, ie 2 a simple takeaway markets on the banking royal commission we get even more conservative, and risk averse 'narrow' or 'utility' banks with 26 oct 2017 govt's bank recapitalisation plan, through issue of bonds, will increase india's debt to gdp ratio, making it difficult. What happens when a bank writes off bad debt? Why do banks carry so much is it problem? Everything debt not live on deposits alone bbva news. What is the external debt reporting system (drs)? World bank drivers of banks' cost and long term benefits regulation how fed monetizing debt? The balance. Bank debt meaning in the cambridge english dictionary. It is calculated as total liabilities divided by shareh
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Bank delays in FCA swaps mis-selling review - Laura Kuenssberg (ITV News) and M Ali Akram (LEXLAW)

Bank delays in FCA swaps mis-selling review - Laura Kuenssberg (ITV News) and M Ali Akram (LEXLAW)

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Businesses worried about delays in resolving 'swaps' disputes resulting in limitation (time bar) of legal rights. LEXLAW client and lawyer featured. Laura Kuenssberg (Business Editor, ITV News) and M Ali Akram (Lawyer, LEXLAW) for ITV News (21 Jan 2014). More info on Litigating against banks for derivatives mis-selling: http://lexlaw.co.uk/swaps More info on FCA / FSA Review of Interest Rate Hedging Products (IRHPs): http://www.lexlaw.co.uk/fsareview -- Businesses worried about delays in resolving 'swaps' dispute Laura Kuenssberg: Business Editor Tue 21 Jan 2014 In 2012, we first reported the suffering being caused to thousands of businesses who had been caught up paying often many thousands of pounds to their banks for so-called 'interest rate swaps'. They had been sold policies that were meant to protect them from interest rates rises. But with rates at rock bottom, the swaps actually cost them, and cost them dear. We revealed the story of one business who believes they were forced into administration by the cost. Mounting pressure from campaigners - particularly Bully Banks, a group formed to act on this issue - led the City's FCA regulator to set up a compensation scheme. The scheme took much longer than expected to set up, and although the pace of payouts is now finally picking up, businesses have told ITV News of what they believe to be "underhand tactics" and deliberate delays. Lawyer M. Ali Akram told me: "It is in the bank's economic interest to delay matters...and allow customers' legal rights to expire. It is my strong belief that the banks are spending millions in the review scheme to save billions of pounds which they truly owe." Many businesses do feel that delay is being used as a weapon against them. We're on familiar turf, where small businesses and banks just don't trust each other's version of events. http://www.itv.com/news/2014-01-21/businesses-worried-about-delays-in-resolving-swaps-dispute/ -- Laura Kuenssberg, ITV News Presenter & Business Editor Laura Kuenssberg (born 1976) is a Scottish journalist, currently working as the Business Editor for ITV News. Laura Kuenssberg leads all business coverage for ITV News, providing analysis of the latest business stories, both in the UK and internationally. Kuenssberg studied history at the University of Edinburgh, followed by a journalism course at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. She has worked for NBC News, BBC News, Channel 4 News, and is currently the Business Editor and a Presenter at ITV News. She has won a Royal Television Society award for her work. She is set to return to the BBC to become chief correspondent and a presenter of Newsnight from February 2014. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Kuenssberg M Ali Akram, LEXLAW Solicitors & Barristers Principal -- Practising Solicitor (England & Wales) -- Barrister (Lincoln's Inn) Ali is the firm's Principal and has a wide breadth of experience in Civil, Commercial and Insolvency Litigation in which he advises both individual and corporate clients. Ali is a tenacious and strategic problem solver who strives to get results for his clients. He has sound legal knowledge obtained through many years of legal learning and advisory experience together with an ability to put clients at ease. As a result of his educational, career and family background he is ideally placed and qualified to advise SMEs on mis-selling of derivatives and how to obtain suitable compensation. He was educated at the University of Leicester, University College London, the London School of Economics and the Inns of Court School of Law. Ali has both a Bachelors degree in Law and a Masters degree in the Law of International Finance and Securities Regulation (with Banking Law and Companies Law) and is called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn (Hardwicke Scholar) and admitted as a Solicitor of the Senior Courts. He previously worked as a specialist financial services regulatory consultant at big four accountancy firm, KPMG LLP where he became a member of the Securities Institute. He then worked at leading City law firm, SJ Berwin LLP and gained extensive experience of managing and responding to high value and high profile litigation. He has worked on secondment in the Legal departments of ING Barings and Goldman Sachs International merchant banks and has advised on issues such as Fraud, Money Laundering, Insider Dealing and Regulatory Compliance. www.lexlaw.co.uk
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Barclays bank fined $453m for market fixing

Barclays bank fined $453m for market fixing

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Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Barclays share price has plunged by 17 per cent after the UK bank was hit by record fines for distorting key interest rates. The rates concerned play a major role in international financial markets and affect how businesses and consumers borrow money. Barclays agreed to pay $453m for using underhand tactics, including price-fixing, to rig the markets. Other British banks also slumped on reports that the scandal was set to engulf HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group and Royal Bank of Scotland. Laurence Lee reports from London. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Instagram: https://instagram.com/aljazeera/?ref=... Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajenglish Website: http://www.aljazeera.com/ google+: https://plus.google.com/+aljazeera/posts
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Portfolio - Retail Banking 2014

Portfolio - Retail Banking 2014

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QU’EST-CE QU’UNE MARGE DE CRÉDIT ?

QU’EST-CE QU’UNE MARGE DE CRÉDIT ?

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Vous vous demandez ce qu'est une marge de crédit ? Voyez comment Sarah et Jack utilisent leur marge de crédit et de quelle façon cela les a aidés à atteindre leurs objectifs.
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Panel: Fixing the Financial System

Panel: Fixing the Financial System

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WWE 2K17 - Epic Wrestlemania 33 Gimmick Swap (PC/PS4) John Cena  / Goldberg & More

WWE 2K17 - Epic Wrestlemania 33 Gimmick Swap (PC/PS4) John Cena / Goldberg & More

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WWE 2K17 - Epic Wrestlemania 33 Gimmick Swap (PC/PS4) John Cena / Goldberg & More Enjoy Credit to match card goes to Stifler_ here on Youtube. Featured Wrestlers are as Follows - John Cena / Miz / Undertaker / Roman Reigns / Brock Lesnar / Enzo and Cass / Goldberg / Sheamus an Cesaro / Seth Rollins / Triple H & More Full Wrestlemania Match Card - Goldberg (c) vs. Brock Lesnar Universal Championship Bray Wyatt (c) vs. Randy Orton WWE Championship The Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns Triple H vs. Seth Rollins Non-Sanctioned Shane McMahon vs. AJ Styles John Cena & Nikki Bella vs. The Miz & Maryse Bayley (c) vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax Women’s Championship (Fatal 4Way Elimination) Chris Jericho (c) vs. Kevin Owens United States Championship Dean Ambrose (c) vs. Baron Corbin Intercontinental Championship Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson (c) vs. Enzo Amore & Big Cass vs. Cesaro & Sheamus Tag Team Championship Triple Threat Ladder Match Alexa Bliss (c) vs. All available women Women’s Championship Neville (c) vs. Austin Airies Cruiserweight Championship (Kickoff Show) Big Show, Braun Strowman, Sami Zayn, etc. Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal (Kickoff Show)
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'Pay By Phone' System: Banks Sign Up

'Pay By Phone' System: Banks Sign Up

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A system which allows mobile phone users to send and receive money from their handsets without the need to swap account details has won the backing of most high street banks. Customers can now register their devices ahead of the Paym - pronounced 'pay em' - scheme's launch on April 29. The Payments Council (PC), which developed the system, said it can be used by "friends and family" to settle IOUs between each other. The organisation said UK consumers rack up an average of £255.81 annually on informal debt, totalling £12.6bn. It claims the system, which is similar to Barclays' two-year-old Pingit mobile money transfer service, is ideal for sharing restaurant bills with friends or putting money towards household bills. However, both payer and payee must have their phone numbers registered to utilise the service. Payments are password-protected but it is unclear to what extent the system is impervious to hackers. Customers of the Bank of Scotland, Barclays, Halifax, HSBC, Lloyds, Santander, TSB, Cumberland Building Society and Danske Bank will be able to use the service on its launch date. First Direct, Yorkshire and Clydesdale Bank users will be able to join later this year. The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and NatWest are implementing IT upgrades, some mandatory and others by choice, ahead of joining the system. An RBS Group spokesperson told Sky News: "RBS and NatWest are committed to participating in the Paym service and offering our customers an additional way to send and receive payment using a mobile number only. "We expect to be able to offer this service later in the year." The banks have joined Barclays in rolling out peer-to-peer mobile payment systems, but they have general inter-bank restrictions.
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Money Talks: Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse to pay $12.5B fines to US

Money Talks: Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse to pay $12.5B fines to US

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The shockwaves of the 2008 financial crisis continue to reverberate across Europe. Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse have agreed to pay the US Department of Justice a total of $12.5 billion. But this isn’t the end of legal travails for the banks; Dow Jones is also suing Barclays. The lenders have been accused of selling worthless mortgage-backed securities. Meanwhile, the Italian government has finally agreed to bail out the country’s third biggest lender, Banca Monte dei Paschi. Azhar Sukri reports. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.trtworld.com/
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Is CSX heading towards Negative Collateral ??

Is CSX heading towards Negative Collateral ??

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@ Members ~ Treasury Consulting LLP pleased to present video titled " Is CSX Heading towards Negative Collateral ?? ". Video would let you know about meaning of CSX and at the same time would update you about the implication of having negative collateral put up by Royal bank to Scotland by putting negative collateral for big clients. You are most welcome to connect with us at 91-9899242978 (Handheld) , Skype ~ Rahul5327 , Twitter @ Rahulmagan8 , Rahul.magan@treasuryconsulting.in , Info@treasuryconsulting.in or visit our website - www.treasuryconsulting.in
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News Update: Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. Sues French Investment Bank Natixis

News Update: Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. Sues French Investment Bank Natixis

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Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS) has sued Natixis, a French investment bank, over three credit derivative transactions, reports CNBC.com Thursday. The suit stems from a dispute over whether Natixis can cancel three credit default swaps deals with Goldman Sachs. Goldman alleges that Natixis demonstrated a breach of contract and is claiming damages. The suit comes as a surprise to Natixis, and the investment bank's spokesman Stephenson Harwood said, "We are preparing our defense. We are surprised that Goldman is suing us." SmarTrend is bullish on shares of Goldman Sachs Group and our subscribers were alerted to buy on July 15, 2010 at $142.04. The stock has risen 5% since the alert was issued.
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"TOO BIG TO JAIL SCAM" WON'T BE OUT THERE FOREVER!

"TOO BIG TO JAIL SCAM" WON'T BE OUT THERE FOREVER!

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Thirteen of the world's biggest "investment banks" were accused by the European Union of colluding to curb competition in the $10 trillion "credit derivatives industry".. The EU sent a complaint, or statement of objections, to 13 banks, data provider Markit Group and the International Swaps & Derivatives Association over "allegations" they sought "to prevent exchanges from entering the credit derivatives business between 2006 and 2009," the European Commission said.. The "probe" is one of several by the Brussels-based commission into the financial industry, including whether banks colluded to manipulate U.K. and European benchmark interest rates. Joaquin Almunia, the EU "antitrust" chief, said he's seeking to settle the probes into Libor and Euribor with some of the same banks in the CDS case by the end of the year.. The EU in April 2011 opened a "prob"e into whether banks colluded by giving market information to Markit, a data provider majority-owned by Wall Street's largest banks.. Earlier this year, the EU "extended" its "investigation" to include ISDA, having found indications that it "may have been involved in a coordinated effort of investment banks to delay or prevent exchanges" from entering the credit swaps business.. The "banks" in the "CDS probe" are Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, Barclays, Bank of America, HSBC, Royal Bank of Scotland Group, BNP Paribas and UBS, the commission said. Bear Stearns, which is now a unit of JPMorgan, was also named by the EU "authority".. "I'm sure banks are desperate to keep these products from going on exchange and keep as much of the pie to themselves as they can, that sort of stands to reason," said Robert Kendrick, a credit analyst at Legal & General in London. "As an investor in banks, I'd be surprised if it makes a huge difference. As an investor in CDS more generally, I'd like to see more transparency".. ISDA is cooperating with the EU and "is confident that it has acted properly at all times," the New York-based organization said in an e-mailed statement.. Officials at Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, RBS, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan, Credit Suisse and Citigroup declined to "comment". Officials at Markit couldn't be "immediately reached" to comment on the statement of objections.. The EU investigation follows a similar probe by the U.S. Justice Department into "potentially anticompetitive practices" at Markit that began in 2009 and has since been expanded to include other companies. The Justice Department declined to comment beyond confirming that it is conducting the probe.. Markit, which "administers" credit-default swap indexes, is working with IntercontinentalExchange, which owns the world's largest "clearinghouse" for default swaps, to create a futures market linked to its benchmarks.. Difficulties faced by Deutsche Boerse and CME Group as they tried to enter the industry sparked the EU investigation. The two companies were unable to obtain CDS exchange-trading licenses from Markit and ISDA, who were acting on instructions from investment banks, according to findings by the EU investigating team.. "The commission takes the preliminary view that the banks acted collectively to shut out exchanges from the market because they feared that exchange trading would have reduced their "revenues" from acting as "intermediaries" in the OTC market," the EU's "executive arm" said.. Global regulators are seeking to "toughen regulation" of the credit-default swap market, saying the trades helped "fuel" the financial crisis. The EU's swaps probes add to separate investigations into whether banks colluded to manipulate the London interbank offered rate and oil benchmarks.. "Perhaps one of the outcomes of this sort of inquiry will be to "speed up" the process of standardizing contracts in the market in order to "facilitate more activity" on the exchanges," Richard Reid, an economist at the University of Dundee in Scotland, said in an e-mailed statement. "This in turn would also help to allay some concerns about the "stability risks" emanating from the derivatives business".. While "fines" for antitrust violations can reach 10 percent of global sales, only about a tenth of recent punishments have approached that ceiling, according to EU data updated in March 2013. About half of penalties amount to less than 1 percent, according to the "commission"...
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