Bad management, poor service and corporate mistakes were three of the most common complaints against RBS, which also owns NatWest.
The new SPDR ETFs, which were also listed in Germany last week, are: SPDR Barclays Capital Sterling Corporate Bond ETF, SPDR Barclays Capital UK Gilt ETF, SPDR Barclays Capital 1-5 Year Gilt ETF and SPDR Barclays Capital 15+ Year Gilt ETF.
ABN AMRO is one of the top players in trade financing for commodities and energy, and competes globally with France's BNP Paribas (BNPP.PA), among other European players.
Helvetia, Switzerland’s fourth-biggest insurer, focuses on middle-income groups and doesn’t sell life products known as wrappers to wealthy private banking clients.
Wealth managers using the platform will be able to determine the size and timing of each trade, as well as having the flexibility to define its structure, economic terms and underlying investment.
The taxable money funds had total assets of $1.673 trillion at the end of April, down slightly from March, according to a Reuters analysis of data provided by iMoneyNet.
According to the latest update, the fund is up 18% over the year to the end of April, compared to the MSCI World Index which was up 7% over the same period. The € 159m fund was launched in January 2008.
The Sammons Associates Annual Heads of Research Survey assesses the performance of banks' heads of research, looking at management skills, knowledge of the market and the quality of analysis, and had responses from more than 600 chief investment offi
HSBC Holdings PLC announced Tuesday that it had launched six new offshore yuan currency trading crosses. These six crosses are the rates against the offshore yuan, known as CNH, for
The post-2008 influx of institutional money into hedge funds has resulted in a marked increase in the global industry’s operational sophistication and transparency to investors, according to a new report by KPMG, an international network of audit, t
In a year when many commodity investors have been disappointed with their returns, senior managers in the commodities division of Societe Generale are leaving the French bank to launch Belaco Capital, to help put this to right.