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UK banks told to reimburse customers tricked by scams

By Huw Jones LONDON, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Banks will have to reimburse within 48 hours customers tricked into sending money in a type of online scam that has become Britain's largest type of payment fraud, the Payment Systems Regulator proposed on Thursday. The PSR proposed that banks must reimburse payments over 100 pounds ($107.39) in "authorised push payment" (APP) scams.
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HSBC to review Canary Wharf tower HQ, consider new London base

By Sinead Cruise and Iain Withers LONDON, Sept 29 (Reuters) - HSBC HSBC.L is reviewing whether to keep its global headquarters in London's Canary Wharf, a staff memo seen by Reuters on Thursday showed, a decision which could see the bank swap the financial hub for a new home after more than 20 years. The bank said it wanted to assess its "best future location in London" ahead of its lease expiring at the 45-floor tower at 8 Canada Square in early 2027. HSBC, which is currently defending itself a
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UK banks told to reimburse customers tricked by scams

By Huw Jones LONDON, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Banks will have to reimburse customers tricked into sending money in a type of online scam that has become Britain's largest type of payment fraud, the Payment Systems Regulator proposed on Thursday. The PSR proposed that banks must reimburse payments over 100 pounds ($107.39) in "authorised push payment" (APP) scams.
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Financial Times - Sept 28

Sept 28 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines - IMF urges UK to 're-evaluate' tax cuts in biting attack on fiscal plan Link - HSBC, Santander and Nationwide suspend and reprice UK mortgages Link - Labour plans state-owned UK clean energy company Link - Revolut receives green light to run UK cryptocurrency business Link Overview - The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday took
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HSBC hires Goldman Sach's Ma to lead North Asia global banking - memo

HONG KONG, Sept 27 (Reuters) - HSBC HSBCA.L has appointed Goldman Sachs partner Christina Ma as its head of global banking for North Asia, according to a memo seen by Reuters. Ma will join the bank after 21 years with Goldman Sachs GS.N , most recently as its head of Greater China equities. She will replace Dai Kitamura, who was serving in the role on an interim basis before taking extended leave earlier this year.
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Global rates, retail banking included in Bank of England stress test

LONDON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Banks' ability to cope with rising global interest rates and the resilience of their retail divisions to market shocks will be under scrutiny in this year's "stress test", the Bank of England said on Monday. The test checks if banks hold enough capital to cope with theoretical shocks and aims to avoid a repeat of situations where taxpayers have to bail out lenders as they did in the global financial crisis more than a decade ago.
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Bank of England unveils new bank stress test scenario

LONDON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - The Bank of England set out the economic downturn scenario against which major British lenders' financial health will be tested as part of its annual bank "stress tests". The scenario - which is closer to a worst-case situation than how the BoE expects the outlook to develop - includes the BoE's Bank Rate rising to 6% early next year and a 5% fall in British economic output, as well as a 31% slump in house prices.
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British Business - Sept 23

Sept 23 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. The Times The asset management business of HSBC Holdings Plc HSBA.L has set out plans to cut investments in thermal coal, months after one of its former top executives caused a furore with his comments about climate change.
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Hong Kong c.bank raises interest rate after Fed hike, HSBC follows

HONG KONG, Sept 22 (Reuters) - The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) on Thursday raised its base rate charged through the overnight discount window by 75 basis points (bps) to 3.5%, hours after the U.S. Federal Reserve delivered a rate hike of the same margin. HSBC said it would raise its best lending rate in Hong Kong by 12.5 bps to 5.125% from 5.0% effective Sept.
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HSBC to raise best lending rate to 5.125% after HK rate hike

HONG KONG, Sept 22 (Reuters) - HSBC Holdings 0005.HK HSBA.L said on Thursday it raised its best lending rate in Hong Kong by 12.5 basis points to 5.125% effective Sept. 23 after the city's central bank raised the base rate charged through its overnight discount window by 75 basis points. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority earlier on Thursday raised the base rate charged through its overnight discount to 3.50% from 2.75%.
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Hong Kong c.bank raises rate, HSBC and Standard Chartered follow

(Corrects third paragraph to show change takes effect on Sept. 23, not Sept. 26) HONG KONG, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Hong Kong on Thursday raised its base rate by 75 basis points (bps) to 3.5%, prompting the largest commercial banks operating in the territory, including HSBC HSBA.L , to increase their best lending rates. HSBC 0005.HK was the first bank in Hong Kong to announce it was raising its best lending rate by 12.5 basis points (bps) to 5.125% from 5.0%, effective Sept.
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British Business - Sept 21

Sept 21 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. The Times British Prime Minister Liz Truss will announce radical plans to cut stamp duty in the government's mini-budget this week in an attempt to drive economic growth. Link The Harris family, former owners of holiday resorts operator Butlins, have bought back the business from Blackstone Inc BX.N in a 300 million pound
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Bankers wary of backlash if Britain ditches bonus cap to cut EU ties

By Huw Jones, Iain Withers and Lawrence White LONDON, Sept 15 (Reuters) - Scrapping a cap on banker bonuses would be the strongest signal yet that Britain's new Prime Minister wants to 'unshackle' London from EU rules, but risks public outcry while potentially doing little to bolster the City's short-term appeal. London's financial hub was largely cut off from the European Union by Brexit, overnight turning Amsterdam into Europe's biggest share trading centre and prompting calls for speedy refor
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At second attempt, firm owned by Abu Dhabi royals raises $300 mln via sukuk

By Yousef Saba DUBAI, Sept 15 (Reuters) - The Private Department of Sheikh Mohamed Bin Khalid al-Nahyan LLC (PD), a relatively small real estate company owned by members of Abu Dhabi's ruling family, priced on Thursday $300 million of sukuk at 8.75%, a bank document showed. PD in July 2021 pulled a $350 million Islamic bond sale ahead of pricing, saying the interest it received did not match the company's "plan and vision" as laid out to potential investors.
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Goodbye 50, hello ... 100?

Sept 13 (Reuters) - A look at the day ahead in Asian markets from Jamie McGeever The U.S. inflation report for August has landed, and the previously unthinkable is now a possibility: could the Fed raise rates by 100 basis points next week? It is something that U.S. rates futures traders attached as much as a 35% probability to on Tuesday, and which rocked global markets.
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Singapore bank DBS sets sector-specific decarbonisation goals

By Xinghui Kok and Anshuman Daga SINGAPORE, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Singapore bank DBS Group DBSM.SI set decarbonisation targets for its exposure to industries such as power, oil and gas, aviation and shipping, detailing the commitments as lenders globally face pressure to help fight climate change. Southeast Asia's largest lender said on Tuesday that nine sectors that are receiving funding from it have been given targets to hit by 2030 and 2040, eventually achieving zero emissions by 2050. "We do b
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HSBC eyes resuming buybacks in second half of 2023

By Lawrence White LONDON, Sept 12 (Reuters) - HSBC HSBA.L is likely to resume share buybacks in the second half of next year, its Chief Financial Officer Ewen Stevenson said on Monday, as the bank looks to boost payouts to investors having curbed them at regulators' behest during the COVID-19 pandemic. The bank earlier this year said buybacks would be unlikely in 2022, but said it would resume return of excess capital over what was required to execute its strategy in future years.
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Bank of England proposes 'more British style' of finance regulation

By William Schomberg and Iain Withers LONDON, Sept 8 (Reuters) - The Bank of England said on Thursday it would move to a "more British style of regulation" for the country's huge financial services industry as it seeks to take advantage of Brexit. The BoE's Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), which oversees the stability of banks and other finance firms, published a discussion paper describing its proposals for policy-making now that Britain had left the European Union.
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Bank of England proposes "more British style" of finance regulation

LONDON, Sept 8 (Reuters) - The Bank of England said on Thursday it would move to a "more British style of regulation" for the country's huge financial services industry as it seeks to take advantage of Brexit. The BoE's Prudential Regulation Authority published a discussion paper describing its proposals for policy-making now that Britain has left the European Union.
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UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Sept 7

Sept 7 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 .FTSE index is seen opening lower with futures FFIc1 down 0.96% on Wednesday. * RIO TINTO: A U.S. judge said Rio Tinto Plc RIO.L must face an investor lawsuit accusing the Anglo-Australian mining giant of concealing delays and huge cost overruns at a Mongolian copper and gold mine owned by Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd TRQ.TO , in which Rio Tinto has a majority stake.
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