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HONG KONG (Bloomberg) -- Citigroup Inc warned Hong Kong staff to avoid illegal gatherings after police grabbed one of its investment bankers off a sidewalk. As protests raged, firms across the city urged workers to consider staying home to ensure their families’ safety.
HONG KONG: Safety memos have become a part of daily life at big banks in Hong Kong but the latest edition are expressing an even higher level of caution as violence escalates, sometimes on streets directly outside office doors.
CAIRO: Egypt’s new sovereign wealth fund plans to acquire a stake of about 30% in power plants co-built by Siemens AG with international investors taking the rest, part of its drive to spur greater foreign participation in the Middle East’s fastest-growing economy.
The integration has been tested with a number of financial services companies including BNP Paribas, Citi, Deutsche Bank, and Goldman Sachs.
LONDON: Macquarie Group’s sudden exit from European and US equity trading may just be the start of a large-scale retreat from the once-thriving business, as all but the biggest global banks struggle to make it pay
FROM turning organic waste into fertiliser to sharing farm equipment, new businesses seeking to address social problems in Pakistan have made the South Asian nation one of the best performers in the second global poll on social entrepreneurs.
MUMBAI: India’s Yes Bank Ltd. said it got a $1.2 billion binding offer from a global investor for its share sale, sending its stock surging.
WASHINGTON: The U.S. Justice Department is close to a deal with fugitive financier Jho Low to recover almost $1 billion that was misappropriated from Malaysian investment fund 1MDB, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday, citing a source familiar with the matter.
Frankfurt: Chief executive officer Christian Sewing’s sweeping revamp of Deutsche Bank AG failed to arrest a slump in revenue, led by declines in one of its areas of traditional strength: fixed income trading.
Germany unveiled Oct 29 a plan backed by France to establish a secure data infrastructure that would reduce Europe's dependence on US "cloud" networks.