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  • HONG KONG/ SINGAPORE, May 22- The blistering sell-off in Chinese solar firm Hanergy Thin Film Power Group this week burnt several index-tracking stock funds, exposing the flaws in some of these investment structures especially in volatile markets like China. China- focused equity ETF and index assets under management have grown more than three-fourths to...

  • NEW YORK/ LONDON, May 22- U.S. mining financier Oskar Lewnowski is preparing to launch a base and precious metals fund, sources say, his latest step in recreating the famed trading and investment enterprise he co-founded a decade ago, Red Kite. Two years after striking out on his own to create private equity investment firm Orion Resource Partners, the 50- year-old...

  • *Rainer Neske, retail chief and others to depart. FRANKFURT, May 21- Deutsche Bank gave more power to co-chief executive Anshu Jain in a management shake-up that was roundly criticised by investors on Thursday who demanded more changes to restore confidence in the leadership of Germany's largest bank. Making Jain directly responsible for cutting Deutsche...

  • *Deutsche Bank reshuffles management board ahead of investor vote. FRANKFURT, May 21- Deutsche Bank boosted the power of co-chief executive Anshu Jain in a management shakeup, but shareholders criticised the moves as insufficient and demanded more changes to restore confidence in the leadership of Germany's largest bank. Deutsche Bank has trailed rivals...

  • Deutsche shakes up leadership but investors object Thursday, 21 May 2015 | 11:42 AM ET

    Deutsche Bank reshuffled its management board late on Wednesday, consolidating restructuring authority under co-Chief Executive Anshu Jain.

  • Deutsche Bank's stormy shareholder meeting   Thursday, 21 May 2015 | 11:10 AM ET
    Deutsche Bank's stormy shareholder meeting

    Deutsche Bank had a stormy shareholder meeting today, after opting to give more control to co-CEO Anshu Jain. David Enrich, European banking editor at the "Wall Street Journal" discusses.

  • *G7 ministers to discuss Greece, yuan, growth, bubbles. BERLIN, May 21- German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has told Reuters the Greek government's optimism about clinching a cash-for-reforms deal with its lenders within days is not backed up by the negotiations, and he cannot rule out Greece becoming insolvent. But Schaeuble said reports from the...

  • *Deutsche Bank reshuffles management board. *Rainer Neske, retail chief and others to depart. FRANKFURT, May 21- Deutsche Bank boosted the power of co-chief executive Anshu Jain in a management shakeup, but shareholders dismissed the moves as insufficient and demanded more changes to restore confidence in the leadership of Germany's largest bank.

  • *Deutsche Bank reshuffles management board. FRANKFURT, May 21- Deutsche Bank has beefed up the powers of co-chief executive Anshu Jain and reduced the influence of his partner Juergen Fitschen in a management shake-up aimed at improving performance and mollifying shareholders. The changes, revealed late on Wednesday, make Indian-born Jain accountable for...

  • Reform takes back seat as China drives muni debt swap Thursday, 21 May 2015 | 3:09 AM ET

    *Beijing acts to prop up fledgling municipal bond market. Beijing launched a new U.S.-style municipal bond market to supplant LGFV financing, a reform it hoped would bring market discipline to local borrowing and allocate capital to better effect, a perennial problem in China, where too much lending finds its way to inefficient state projects and entities.

  • Lawsky steps down as NY’s top Wall St watchdog Wednesday, 20 May 2015 | 4:26 PM ET
    Benjamin Lawsky, superintendent of the New York State Department of Financial Services.

    Known as the sherif of Wall Street, Benjamin Lawsky will soon vacate his post as New York's overseer of banking and insurance, NYT reports.

  • *Middle East crude flows to China down over 10 pct since January. BEIJING/ SINGAPORE, May 20- Saudi Arabia and its main Middle East OPEC partners are turning down Chinese requests for extra oil as they hold back fuel for their own refineries just as demand from the world's biggest crude importer hits new records. Reuters pricing and trade flow data show a 40 percent...

  • *Paris- based Kepler Cheuvreux has taken measures on Greece. LONDON/ ATHENS, May 19- Greece's cash crunch has pushed several European brokers to cut back on Greek share trading or restrict approval of new positions in case Athens imposes capital controls, industry sources told Reuters. Trading sources in Athens said global banks were still routing Greek trades,...

  • *Ukraine needs dollars, not words, from creditors- PM. KIEV, May 19- Ukraine passed a law on Tuesday that gives the government the right to halt payments to creditors as it wrangles over the terms for restructuring $23 billion of foreign debt. Ukraine is holding talks to restructure sovereign and state-guaranteed debt to plug a $15 billion funding gap, but...

  • *Ex-regulator Sants to lead review of UK competitiveness. FRANKFURT/ LONDON, May 19- Deutsche Bank is considering cutting its UK operations should the country pull out of the European Union and an industry lobby group said several other banks are mothballing investments until the outcome of Britain's EU referendum is known. It is not the only one to rethink...

  • *PM says Ukraine needs dollars, not words, from creditors. Ukraine is holding talks to restructure sovereign and state-guaranteed debt to plug a $15 billion funding gap, but negotiations have soured in the past week, as bondholders repeated objections to any writedown on the principal owed and Kiev said that stance showed a lack of good faith.

  • LONDON, May 19- Prime Minister David Cameron is confident his plan to hold a European Union membership referendum will ultimately give firms more certainty, his spokesman said, after Deutsche Bank disclosed it was making contingency plans for a British EU exit. Cameron's spokesman was asked about Deutsche's decision on Tuesday after a lobby group said a...

  • *Ex-regulator Sants to lead review of UK competitiveness. FRANKFURT/ LONDON, May 19- A number of banks have put off possible investments in Britain until after a referendum on its future in the European Union, a lobby group said on Tuesday, after Deutsche Bank revealed it was considering cutting down its UK operations should the country pull out.

  • *Ex-regulator Sants to lead review of UK competitiveness. FRANKFURT/ LONDON, May 19- A number of banks have put off possible investments in Britain until after a referendum on its future in the European Union, a lobby group said on Tuesday, after Deutsche Bank revealed it was considering cutting down its UK operations should the country pull out.

  • Deutsche Bank studies possible partial move from UK Tuesday, 19 May 2015 | 5:32 AM ET

    LONDON— Deutsche Bank says it has established a working group to consider whether to move some operations out of Britain if the country votes to leave the European Union. The bank said Tuesday the possibility of Britain pulling out from the EU is causing concerns with clients. The bank has had operations in Britain since 1873 and employs 9,000 employees in the...