- Deutsche switches ETF tactics in EuropeDeutsche Asset and Wealth Management has announced major changes to its ETF operations with a radical shift to its business .
- Pension guidelines are cold comfortCompany pension schemes have become millstones for so many businesses,
writes Neil Collins
- US equity bulls eye 2,
014 for 2014After stellar gains for the S& P 500 this year, investors are looking ahead to 2014 and a continuation of the equity rally
- UBS rejigs board duties after departureSwiss bank’s chief executive says board structure has been reshuffled in order to align related activities that need closer .
- KKR faces €500m loss on Germany’s ATUPrivate equity group KKR has lost control of German auto-
repair company ATU after a restructuring led by distressed debt . . .
- Volcker rule to give regulators flexibilityAlmost four years since it was proposed by President Barack Obama,
the prohibition on banks trading for their own account is . . .
- Day of reckoning on public pensionsAcross the US,
municipalities, cities and states are burdened with an estimated $2tn in unfunded liabilities. Illinois and . . .
- Companies in post-
IPO share sale rushA total of $7. 4bn has been raised this year by US companies within the lock- up period in which they are otherwise forbidden . . .
- Tax boost for UK ETF industryChancellor’s abolition of stamp duty on exchange traded funds to encourage them to locate in UK will remove the ‘double hit’ of .
- Deutsche employee arrested in Japan probeTokyo police arrest staff member of brokerage division,
as Japanese financial regulator says it will penalise lender over . . .