Britain's major banks would be able to withstand a "hard Brexit" scenario, according to the Bank of England's (BOE) annual stress test of the U.K. financial system.
European stocks closed higher Wednesday afternoon, amid a global rally, as investor sentiment was buoyed by a slew of corporate earnings.
Financial professionals are taking online fintech courses to fend off competition and stay ahead of disruption.
Most Asia markets closed higher on Thursday after Wall Street finished at record levels while the dollar sagged.
The financial technology company is the owner of XRP, the third most valuable cryptocurrency.
The transfer of client assets was in late 2015, just before the Channel Island adopted new global rules on exchanging tax information.
European stocks closed higher Monday as investors digested election results out of Germany
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May touched down in Japan on Wednesday, with aspirations to soothe Brexit concerns and drum up trade from the world's third-largest economy.
Asian indexes were mostly lower on Thursday after the Dow closed above the 22,000 level as the dollar recovered slightly.
Bill Fitzpatrick of Manulife Asset Management says the bank isn't being overly cautious by deciding to not resume issuing dividends.
Standard Chartered reported its underlying pretax profit for the six months to end-June rose 93 percent to $1.8 billion.
After its H1 earnings result, Standard Chartered should stay committed to pricing loans better and digital expansion, Gianluca Corradi, head of UK banking practice at Simon-Kucher & Partners said.
Asia markets closed mixed Wednesday, with technology shares gaining after Apple earnings and as investors digested Asia corporate results.
Chinese peer-to-peer lending platform Dianrong said on Wednesday it raised $220 million from investors led by Singapore wealth fund GIC.
Paul Pong, MD of Pegasus Fund Managers says Standard Chartered earnings are expected to come in around $1.6 billion, but dividends are unlikely to be large.
European markets closed mixed on Monday with auto stocks leading declines after Germany said it was open to class action lawsuits against carmakers.
Singapore's state-owned investment company Temasek on Tuesday reported on the status of its portfolio.
Singapore's state-owned investment fund Temasek was expected to report a sharp recovery in portfolio value, according to one estimate.
Singapore's manufacturing output was up by 6.7 percent year-on-year in April — beating Reuters forecast of 6.4 percent, data released on Friday showed.
Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings pared its stake in Industrial and Commercial Bank of China to 8.43 percent from 9.12 percent.