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May 29, 2009

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Fwd: Financials: DTCC seeks US oversight of 'trade warehouse', Credit...

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Financial Times
Friday May 29 2009 - Financials
DTCC seeks US oversight of 'trade warehouse'
The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation, the US clearing and settlement system, said it had applied to bring its "trade warehouse", which stores information on credit derivatives trades, under the oversight of US federal regulators for the first time
Credit Suisse begins London property sale
Move could raise up to £500m as part of the bank's strategy to focus on core banking operations
Turbulent markets halve Man Group profits
Man Group's annual profit tumbled by nearly two-thirds while institutional investors continued to pull out billions of dollars after March 31
NY insurance regulator steps down
Eric Dinallo, New York's insurance superintendent, is resigning to take up a position teaching finance at New York University
Investors fear bank stress tests too lenient
Shares in British banks fell after it emerged that the worst-case economic scenarios used to test the capital strength of banks have been less severe than assumed in financial markets
Banks rush to build capital via property
Several billion pounds worth of European corporate property is expected to be sold in the next few months as businesses look to free capital from their property assets
Candover nears agreement on sale
Private equity group is close to agreeing the sale of Wood Mackenzie, the fast-growing energy research and consultancy group
Capital focus
Banks across the world have spent recent months trying to rebuild their capital ratios, particularly tier one
Brixton discusses £200m sell-off
The industrial property company is in talks to sell more than £200m of properties held in a joint venture to private equity group Westbrook Partners
Brewin Dolphin optimistic
Financial turmoil drove the investment manager's pre-tax profits down 38 per cent for the six months to March 31
Centreinvest faces close scrutiny
The complaint against the investment bank highlights the vulnerability for investors in Russian equities, which are traded in lightly regulated offshore jurisdictions and thus subject to few legal protections
Warsaw urges banks to shun dividends
Poland's central bank governor is again asking banks to retain their profits in order to strengthen their balance sheets, a request echoed in the Czech Republic
Eurozone banks
The ECB has not entirely eschewed so-called quantitative easing. Instead it has got the eurozone's banks to do the job for it
Local shares blamed for Temasek loss
The Singapore state investment agency is likely to report a fall of about 30 per cent in the value of its portfolio for the year to April
US super-regulator
Whoever oversees the banks, more important is how they will do the day-job better than their tarnished predecessors

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