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Shahril takes charge of Khazanah

Shahril takes charge of Khazanah

By CHRIS WRIGHT

The choice of Malaysia's Employees Provident Fund as the next head of the country's sovereign wealth fund is intriguing for both institutions

ICO mania goes mainstream in Moscow

ICO mania goes mainstream in Moscow

By LUCY FITZGEORGE-PARKER

Cryptocurrencies are still not legal in Russia for now, but that isn’t stopping businesses from preparing to take hold of the future.

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We need to talk about UK banks

We need to talk about UK banks

While analysts focus on net interest margins and the turning credit cycle, there is an extraordinary risk hiding in plain sight.

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Sideways: Dick Fuld – my part in his downfall

Sideways: Dick Fuld – my part in his downfall

By JON MACASKILL

As the 10th anniversary of the failure of Lehman Brothers arrives, I have been asked to share my reminiscences of when I realized a global credit crisis was looming and why so many senior financial figures ignored my warnings.

Sideways: The Jamie Dimon ex-deputies club

Sideways: The Jamie Dimon ex-deputies club

By JON MACASKILL

If JPMorgan CFO Marianne Lake becomes the banker most likely to succeed Jamie Dimon as chief executive before mysteriously deciding to pursue interests outside the group, she will be in good company.

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Malgorithms (emerging markets version)

Malgorithms (emerging markets version)

Private Eye, the venerable UK satirical newspaper, runs a regular feature called Malgorithms highlighting embarrassing juxtapositions on newspapers’ websites caused by computer-generated advertising.

Sustainability is just good bees-ness

Sustainability is just good bees-ness

One perk of interviewing banks about sustainable finance has to be the building tours taking in recycled carpets and in-building power plants, but it is not often that you get treated to a rooftop tour of bee hives.