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The Deal Economy(Pt. II): College Basket Ball, Dodd Frank, Smaller IPOs, more POPs and junk sales

Indonesia gets a large bank deal as Temasek gets an offer to sell 68% stake in Bank Danamon to Singapore based DBS and on the other side US states run … Continue reading

March 31, 2012 · 1 Comment

Citi fighting for International (Home) Equity and Fair treatment in Stress Tests | Banking Insight

The Sorkin  papers reveal that Citi has managed to get a notice of retraction from the Fed clarifying that the Loss suffered  in Stress Testing for 27 quarters was limited … Continue reading

March 18, 2012

Citi’s extra dividend caught in the Stress test snarl up | Banking Insight

Citi failed the Comprehensive Capital Review (CCAR) undertaken by the Fed by a whisker, reportedly coming in at 4.9% on the Dec 2013 Capital instead of the 5% figure having … Continue reading

March 14, 2012

Suntrust Capital programs safe – Stress Test Results explained | Banking Insight

Suntrust ( NYSE:STI) is trading higher today even as media carries its summary results from the Stress test. The bank has a relatively strong Tier I Common 9.2% just below … Continue reading

March 14, 2012

A Banking sector analyst reveals all

Mike Mayo follows on to the numerous Financial crisis accounts and decides to write about the inner workings of Wall Street and why nothing would change   An insider points … Continue reading

December 9, 2011