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Societe Generale's ALD taps shareholders to fund LeasePlan buy

Nov 29 (Reuters) - Societe Generale's SOGN.PA ALD ALDA.PA car leasing unit on Tuesday launched a capital increase of around 1.2 billion euros ($1.3 billion) to finance its purchase of Dutch rival LeasePlan. The French car leasing company announced the 4.9 billion euro deal with LeasePlan in January, a move that will give it ownership of the biggest electric vehicle fleet in Europe.
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Italy’s bank lobby warns ECB of risk of attending board meetings

FLORENCE, Italy, Nov 21 (Reuters) - The head of Italy's banking lobby urged the European Central Bank (ECB) to consider whether its representatives could find themselves sharing responsibility for lenders’ mistakes if they attend banks’ board meetings. Speaking at a banking seminar, Italian Banking Association President Antonio Patuelli weighed in on the tensions brewing between euro zone banks and ECB supervisors.
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Dollar gains, stocks slip as Fed officials talk tough on rates

* Dollar regains strength on hawkish Fed speak * Data shows U.S. labor market still tight * Yield curve inversion points to recession By Herbert Lash and Marc Jones NEW YORK/LONDON, Nov 17 (Reuters) - The dollar rose and equity markets slid on Thursday after hawkish remarks from Federal Reserve officials reminded investors a less aggressive monetary policy is unlikely with U.S.
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Two foreign banks obtain $51 mln via China's carbon emission reduction tool

BEIJING, Nov 11 (Reuters) - Chinese units of Deutsche Bank and Societe Generale have obtained a combined 360 million yuan ($51 million) of funding via China's carbon emission reduction supporting tool, the Beijing operations office of the People's Bank of China said on Friday. The central bank has vowed to allow more foreign banks to get cheap funding via the carbon emission reduction supporting tool to help firms cut carbon emissions.
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Shareholder payouts at risk as ECB tells banks to hold capital - sources

* Supervisors say banks too optimistic * Risk models struggle to capture inflation surge * ECB approved large payouts this year By Francesco Canepa and Valentina Za FRANKFURT, Nov 9 (Reuters) - Investors hoping for fat payouts from euro zone banks may be disappointed as supervisors are urging them to preserve capital in the face of a souring economic outlook, sources told Reuters.
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