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Michael Pascoe SMH 6th May 2014 JPMorgan is in the $70 trillion gross derivatives class, together with Deutsche Bank and Barclays. Photo: Reuters While Australians ponder the feathers used to discipline errant banks when their people grossly fail or defraud their customers, blowing hundreds of millions of other people’s dollars, the wider world has banksters operating on a scale larger than most imaginations can conceive. Funds manager Mike Mangan of 2MG keeps a passing eye on some of the less salubrious aspects of banking in his newsletter for clients. His current missive deals with banks that are not just too big to fail, but “too big to jail”. More worryingly, he suggests some of them might also be “too big to save”. Mangan’s quote of the day comes from New York prosecuting attorney Preet Bharara: “...financial institutions will do almost anything to avoid a tough enforcement action and therefore have a...
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    Those advocating for no consequences for their illegal action are trying to confuse all by equating the jailing of individuals res
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    I say let them fail, send them to jail, Only then will the world be able to move on.
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http://www.smh.com.au/business/the-economy/three-banks-to-float-medibank-private-20140417-36tjp.html   April 17, 2014 - 12:38PM Anthony Macdonald The federal government has appointed Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Macquarie Capital to float private health insurer Medibank Private, after receiving pitches from 11 investment banks.  In a statement on Thursday, Finance Minister Mathias Corman said the three banks would be responsible for managing Medibank's initial public offering, including both the retail and institutional offers................The appointments come after eleven investment banks pitched for the joint lead manager roles in Canberra last week. Independent adviser Lazard, law firm Herbert Smith Freehills and Ernst & Young, who prepared a recent scoping study for the government, also had their contracts extended through to the time of the sale.  The government said other banks may be appointed as joint lead managers in the future, along with retail brokers. Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/business/the-economy/three-banks-to-float-medibank-private-20140417-36tjp.html#ixzz2z8t5RQQc...
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Deutsche Bank dragged screaming and kicking into the limelight: "The settlement relates to past practices of individuals which were in gross violation of Deutsche Bank’s values and beliefs. Acting with integrity is a core value at Deutsche Bank, and we expect every employee to adhere to it. We are attaching the highest institutional importance to ensuring that this type of misconduct does not happen again.” We wish Australian Banks will adopt this approach: Do the aussie thing - admit the fraud, the subprime mortgage lending scandal that they were all part of and settle.    Deutsche settled for EUR 725 million in total.   But it then spent EUR 1 billion to elevate its systems and controls.   Go figure.......................   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Deutsche Bank reaches agreement with European Commission as part of a collective settlement on interbank offered rates Frankfurt am Main, December 4, 2013  Deutsche Bank announced today that, as part of a collective...
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