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Many are fleeing London even before Brexit.

Companies are fleeing the UK no matter what happens with Brexit. Here’s all the damage that’s already been done

Brexit has already damaged the UK. The latest wound: Nissan will stop building one of its premium car models at its northern English Sunderland plant.
JPMorgan and its CEO Jamie Dimon are involved in the Lyft IPO.

JPMorgan, Credit Suisse, and Jefferies among 29 banks running the Lyft IPO

Lyft's S-1 reveals an all-star bank lineup and sheds light on who might be on its rival Uber's underwriting lineup when it finally goes public.
A Huaxia Bank in Shanghai.

A Chinese bank programmer discovered an ATM loophole that let him withdraw $1 million in cash

Qin Qisheng was sentenced to 10-and-a-half years in prison in December, more than a year after launching his ATM scam in Beijing, China.
Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

A critical corner of the stock market is reflecting fears that the economy is slowing down

A handful of large bank stocks are cheaply valued right now. Some market participants say that bodes poorly for the broader market.

Recession worries are mounting and banks are reportedly cutting back on risky loans

With fears about the next economic downturn looming, banks are backing away from risky lending.

Brexit could see $911 billion of assets siphoned from the City of London to Frankfurt

While Theresa May tries to get her Brexit deal over the line, banks have already packed their bags and started moving to Frankfurt.

A banker’s woe: Chinese wealth may get harder to snag for global bankers

News of a foreign wealth manager being denied exit from China last week is raising concerns for global private banks.

Europe is closing a trading loophole that banks were relying to cope with Brexit

European Central Bank reportedly wants to crack down on a practice known as "back-to-back" booking after Brexit.
A worker cleans the glass exterior next to the logo of RBS (Royal Bank of Scotland) bank at a building in Gurugram on the outskirts of New Delhi, India, September 8, 2017.

Emails show RBS bankers joked about destroying the US housing market before 2008

Email transcripts released by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) show RBS bankers joking about destroying the housing market before the 2008 crash.

You’ll reportedly need a minimum of $10 million in your family’s bank account to score an invite to this summer camp for rich millennials

These "workshops," reports Bloomberg, have become a trend among big banks, which have begun to offer luxurious, multi-day experiences to affluent young people in an effort to woo them as future clients.