I once met an economist who believed that everything was fungible for money, so I suggested he enclose himself in a large bell-jar with as much money as he wanted and see how long he lasted. "
Belgian supervisor warns against Basel III over-simplification
National Bank of Belgium’s Rudi Bonte calls for the Basel Committee to take a ‘moderate’ stance on the trade-off between simplicity and complexity in its risk and capital rules
Rating upgrade to boost battered rupee: StanChart Rupee image via ShutterstockThe unexpected upward revision of the country's sovereign rating by Fitch today will strengthen the battered rupee which would also stem the fund outflow from the domestic market, Standard Chartered said.
Telford expands as London property booms Telford Homes is joining the government’s controversial Help to Buy scheme and acquiring more land to double the number of London homes it produces.
LSE names Isda chairman as non-exec O’Connor of International Swaps and Derivatives Association and Lewis of Deutsche Bank join as three veterans leave board.
Hester to step down as RBS chief Standard Chartered finance chief Richard Meddings said to be among those indirectly approached as a successor. *financial news were updated 6 months ago
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