FRANKFURT, April 24- Deutsche Bank will cut back investment banking, sell its Postbank retail chain via a public share offering and reduce costs, the group said late on Friday, in a restructuring plan designed to boost profits. Germany's largest bank is under pressure to revive its performance as new regulations, legal headaches and weak markets eat into returns...» Read More
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Greg Gibbs, Senior Currency Strategist at RBS says that actions against rate rigging have been transforming the way the global banking giants think and act.
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Scott Stanford, Sherpa co-founder, shares some of his biggest IPO successes, and reveals which startups he believes will become the household names of the future.
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CNBC's Mary Thompson talks with Gary Cohn, president & co-COO of Goldman Sachs, about the company's views on growth markets, China, euro zone troubles, and regulations.
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Goldman Sachs has hired Morgan Stanley's Asia investment banking head Kate Richdale, the most senior banker in the region to switch firms so far this year.