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Global investment banking fees at 10-year high

LONDON, Oct 3 (Reuters) – Global investment banking fees in the year to date have reached their highest since just before the financial crisis, coming in at $76.1 billion, according to Thomson Reuters data. The global fee pool is up 14 percent to a ten-year high in the...
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Bank of England picks new markets and banking head

The Bank of England has appointed a new deputy governor of markets and banking, a key post left vacant after its first pick was unexpectedly forced to resign over potential conflicts of interest. The central bank said that Sir David Ramsden, a chief economic adviser to the UK...
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The 16 highest paid CEOs in the world of banking

LONDON – Banking excesses may have been toned down since the financial crisis, with expense accounts capped, exuberant trading activities curtailed and leverage ratios increasing. However, some bankers are still able to make a killing in the industry and bank CEOs can still earn as much as £20 million...
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