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New survey on "Banking Market Competition and Interest Rate Pass-Through"

Banking Competition and Interest Rate Pass-Through (with S. Kleimeier), in: Bikker, J.A. and L. Spierdijk (eds), Handbook of Competition in Banking and Finance, Cheltenham (Edgar Elgar), 2017: 305-322.

Retail Banking

Société Générale Finds Its Last Round of Job Cuts and Branch Closures Wasn't Enough

Société Générale, one of Europe’s biggest banks, said late Monday it plans to close around 15% of its branches and cut staff in its French retail banking network, while also selling assets as part of a three-year plan to boost returns. 338 more words

Finance

FCA speaks on regulatory priorities for retail banking

At the Westminster Business Forum on retail banking and payments, Karina McTeague, Director of Retail Banking Supervision, delivered a speech on the regulatory priorities in the retail banking sector. 250 more words

Use OSB’s $hopping Rewards Benefits to Make the Most of 2017 Black Friday and Cyber Monday Savings

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just around the corner and if you’re an OSB Advantage Checking or Advantage+ Checking account holder, this year you may be able to stack your savings even higher to score lower prices using your $hopping RewardsTM benefits. 331 more words

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Celent Seeks Nominations For Model Bank Awards

Dan Latimore, Celent SVP, said that after attending multiple conferences, including Sibos and Money2020 back to back, not to mention Finovate earlier in the autumn conference season, the Celent team remained coherent and was able to define some conclusions. 153 more words

FCA updates on retail banking model review

FCA has published a paper on the purpose and scope of its review of the business models used in the retail banking sector. It is now considering what evidence it can best gather to understand: 139 more words

You don't have to be a captain of industry to get a call from the CEO of Goldman Sachs

Lloyd Blankfein, Wall Street veteran and chief executive of Goldman Sachs, makes a habit of calling up clients, generally the world’s biggest hedge funds and corporations. 381 more words