US banking giant Citigroup paid a $2 million fine to a state regulator and fired a junior analyst over a probe into leaks of confidential information on Facebook's public offering.
Five months after losing re-election, an unshaven French ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy appeared Thursday at a New York banking conference and reportedly said he looked forward to a "new life."
Chairman of ICD told about the plans for Islamic financing in Kazakhstan at the 3rd Kazakhstan conference on Islamic Financing.
The US filed suit Tuesday against US banking giant Wells Fargo, alleging mortgage fraud that cost the government hundreds of million of dollars after the holders of the home loans defaulted.
Latin American and Arab leaders agreed to form a joint investment bank during a summit in Peru at which they also discussed the increasingly bloody civil war in Syria.
According to the National Bank, of Kazakhstan the share of the loans issued in tenge exceeded 68 percent and made over 6.4 trillion tenge ($42 billion) as of September.
A majority of the deposits is registered in Almaty: over 2.1 trillion tenge ($14 billion) or 45 percent of the total amount.
New documents reportedly showing that Australia's central bank knew about a banknote bribery scandal before it became public raised fresh calls Wednesday for an inquiry into the allegations.
MasterCard on Thursday said it had signed a deal with a Myanmar bank that it hopes will pave the way for electronic payments, in an impoverished country where most transactions are made in cash.
US Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke expressed deep worry over the US economy Friday and argued for fresh action to stimulate growth from the central bank.
Brazil's central bank is set this week to announce its ninth interest rate cut to a record low of 7.5 percent, in a bid to revive sluggish economic growth.
The German region of North Rhine-Westphalia will continue to buy data on people suspected of stashing assets in Swiss banks to avoid taxes, the state premier was quoted as saying on Sunday.
Kazkommertsbank closed down its representative offices in Great Britain and Northern Ireland on June 1, 2012.
The bank called them "preferential stakes", but Inocencio Merino would prefer to have avoided them.
The step is related to slowing down in the annual inflation in Kazakhstan: National Bank.
Beijing reacted furiously Wednesday to new US sanctions imposed on a Chinese bank over transactions with Iran, urging Washington to revoke them and saying it would lodge an official protest.
Asian markets were generally higher Tuesday, their third consecutive positive session, amid continued hopes for new stimulus measures by European and US central banks.
Shares in global banking giant HSBC fell more than two percent in Hong Kong on Wednesday after a top executive resigned over the lender's failure to control money laundering and terrorist financing.
Global banking giant HSBC on Monday sought legal permission to evict a handful of protesters camped outside its Hong Kong headquarters, one of the last remnants of the "Occupy" movement in Asia.
South Korea's central bank unexpectedly cut its key interest rate Thursday for the first time in more than three years, joining international moves to ease the impact of the eurozone debt crisis.
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