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Goldman may change its focus; Credit Suisse revamps investment bank team


Goldman may abandon its revenue goal; in an attempt to boost revenue, Credit Suisse picks new leaders for its investment banking and capital markets unit.


Regulators want Sewing to give up a title; Changes to JPM balance sheet


The ECB and BaFin say dual roles “could undermine” bank's restructuring efforts; JPM shifts cash into long-term bonds because of capital rules.


SOFR-linked deals plummet; 1MDB scandal mastermind settles with DOJ


Issuance of securities backed by the ostensible Libor replacement hit by money market turmoil; Jho Low will surrender luxury assets.


Mnuchin open to easing liquidity rules; BofA employees rewarded


Treasury Secretary says regulators could look to help ease liquidity logjam in money markets; workers will get special bonuses for the third straight year.


Bank earnings season begins; more payments companies quit Facebook’s Libra


Consumer banking is expected to offset the banks’ underperforming Wall Street units; the defections of Visa, Mastercard and Stripe threaten the cyrpto project’s viability before it starts.


Fed eases rules on big regionals; Deutsche denies it has Trump tax returns


Large banks will have less onerous capital rules and stress test requirements; the president’s main lender said it has other returns, but not the president’s.


Deutsche Bank plans new tech division; bitcoin futures platform fizzles


The German bank is trying to reverse its reputation for “lousy systems;” the Bakkt platform has failed to attract much trading in its first two weeks.


Fannie, Freddie can keep profits; CBD firm seeks national bank


Building capital will help the mortgage agencies move toward the private sector; Virtual Wellness needs to assure banks it's safe to do business with them.


TD Bank took Epstein money after Deutsche Bank kicked him out


After another global bank cut off convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, his wealth found a home at Toronto-Dominion Bank.


Stripe’s valuation rises to $35B; Bank stocks a buy?


The fintech is now worth $10 billion more than its top rival, Square; cost cuts, asset growth and share buybacks could offset the headwinds from low rates.