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It has been predominantly used by life insurers, because they need to boost their investment returns with cheap funding to meet long-term liabilities. They provide the cheap funding to banks and insurers in exchange for collateral to ensure they get their money back. Insurers are entitled to tap FHLB funding. Insurers’ borrowing from FHLBs picked up in 2008 financial crisis, as those that spread themselves thin with aggressive investments scrambled for cash. They did not explain why insurers need FHLB funding to invest in mortgages.
Persons: Sarah Silbiger, Ryan Donovan, CMBS, Lawrence White, White, Graphics JUICING, Cynthia Beaulieu, Cornelius Hurley, Hurley, FHLBs, , Michael Ericson, Jack Dolan, Koh Qui, Greg Roumeliotis, Anna Driver Organizations: REUTERS, Loan, Federal Housing Finance Agency, of Federal Home Loan, FHLBs, FHLB, National Association of Insurance, New York University, MetLife Inc, Equitable Holdings Inc, Corebridge, Brighthouse Financial, MetLife, TIAA, Equitable, Graphics, Wellington Management, Boston University School of Law, Coalition, Silicon Valley Bank, First, American, of, Insurance Coalition, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, U.S, Boston, Silicon, First Republic, Chicago, New York
Barclays shares slip after major backer Qatar cuts stake
  + stars: | 2023-12-05 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
Qatar Investment Authority, the state sovereign wealth fund which owns Qatar Holding, did not respond to a request for comment. The share sale comes as Barclays embarks on a shake-up to cut costs and revive its share price, which has halved since Qatar first invested in 2008. Barclays' stock fell as much as 4.5% in early trading and was last down 2.5% at 1007 GMT. Qatar became Barclays' largest shareholder during the 2008 financial crisis when it injected 4 billion pounds into the UK bank in a deal that helped avert a taxpayer bailout. Britain's financial watchdog later fined Barclays $55 million for fees paid to Qatari entities in the 2008 fundraising, which Barclays said it would appeal.
Persons: Venkatakrishnan, Vekatakrishnan, Iain Withers, Sinead Cruise, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Lawrence White, Danilo Masoni, Andrew Mills, Kirsten Donovan, Emelia Organizations: Barclays, Qatar, Reuters, Qatar Investment Authority, Qatar Holding, Thomson Locations: Qatar, Germany, London, Milan, Doha
A pedestrian carrying an umbrella walks along the River Thames in view of City of London skyline in London, Britain, July 31, 2023. Finance executives, consultants and headhunters interviewed by Reuters predict subdued deal flows, modest bonuses for most and heavy job cuts in 2024. "2023 will ultimately be one of the lowest corporate finance fee pools in modern history," said Fabrizio Campelli, head of Corporate Bank and Investment Bank at Deutsche Bank. JOB CUTSBanks have already turned to cost cuts to try to weather the downturn, which in a people-intensive business means job losses. And although some bankers expect a tough 2024, others sense an opportunity for European banks from the Basel Endgame.
Persons: Hollie Adams, Fabrizio Campelli, Banks, Ronan O'Kelly, Oliver Wyman, O'Kelly, Dominic Hook, Goldman Sachs, Vis Raghavan, JP Morgan, Morgan McKinley's, Stephane Rambosson, headhunter, Rambosson, Ana Botin, Morgan's Raghavan, there's, Oliver Wyman's O'Kelly, Deutsche's Campelli, Anousha Sakoui, Carolyn Cohn, Jesus Aguado, Alexander Smith Organizations: REUTERS, LONDON, Finance, Reuters, Corporate Bank, Investment Bank, Deutsche Bank, Organisation for Economic Cooperation, Development, Barclays, Lloyds, Challenger Metro Bank, UBS UBSG.S, Citi, Workers, Global Investment Banking, Employment, European Union, Santander, Global, Basel, Thomson Locations: City, London, Britain, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Ukraine, West, China, United States, India, Madrid
Noel Quinn, Group Chief Executive of HSBC, speaks during the Global Financial Leaders Investment Summit in Hong Kong, China November 2, 2022. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Nov 29 (Reuters) - HSBC (HSBA.L) is well provisioned against further China real estate losses, its CEO Noel Quinn said on Wednesday, amid a slump for the country's property market that has led to bank writedowns in recent quarterly earnings. Quinn reiterated that he felt the China property market had bottomed out, but said collateral consequences would potentially cause further losses for some banks. "We feel as though we're well provisioned," Quinn told the Financial Times' Global Banking Summit event in London. Quinn said he took two phones, two iPads and a laptop into Hong Kong and mainland China, but said the number of devices reflected splitting business and personal devices.
Persons: Noel Quinn, Tyrone Siu, Quinn, Lawrence White, Iain Withers, Sinead Cruise Organizations: HSBC, Global Financial, Investment, REUTERS, Financial Times, Global Banking, Thomson Locations: Hong Kong, China, London
Barclays eyes up to 900 job cuts in Britain - union
  + stars: | 2023-11-28 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
Barclays Bank logo is seen in this illustration taken March 12, 2023. A Unite spokesperson said that Barclays (BARC.L) staff were informed of the potential cuts at 1300 GMT. A Barclays spokesperson declined to comment on the number of job cuts, but referred to the bank's announcement alongside its third quarter results last month that it would look to reduce costs. "We are taking a number of actions to simplify and reshape the business, improve service, and deliver higher returns. Venkatakrishnan is racing to boost Barclays' returns ahead of an investor update in February, when he will unveil more details of the cost-cutting plan and how the bank plans to grow income.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Iain Withers, Lawrence White, Sinead Cruise, Kirsten Donovan Organizations: Barclays Bank, REUTERS, Barclays, Group, Reuters, C.S, Thomson
A man speaks on a mobile phone in front of the head office of HSBC bank in Mumbai November 20, 2008. REUTERS/Arko Datta/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Thousands of HSBC (HSBA.L) customers in Britain on Friday reported they were unable to access some mobile and online banking services, the latest in a long-running series of such problems for British banks. "We’re working hard to restore HSBC UK’s Mobile and Online Banking service, including the authorising of online card purchases via the app," a spokesperson for the bank said. "We understand this is really frustrating for some of our customers, and we are really sorry for the inconvenience." "This HSBC outage will cause a real headache for a lot of its customers.
Persons: Arko Datta, Sam Richardson, Lawrence White, Hugh Lawson, Louise Heavens Organizations: HSBC, REUTERS, HSBC UK’s Mobile, Banking, Consumer, Bank of England, Thomson Locations: Mumbai, Britain
Lloyds Bank logo and rising stock graph are seen in this illustration taken March 12, 2023. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Britain's biggest high street bank Lloyds (LLOY.L) is putting around 2,500 jobs at risk as part of a shake-up, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters, amid a renewed push by lenders to slash costs. Staff are expected to be informed of the process as early as next week, the source said, adding it would also involve the creation of 120 roles. The news comes after Reuters reported on Thursday that Lloyds' rival Barclays (BARC.L) is working on plans to save up to 1 billion pounds ($1.25 billion), which could involve cutting as many as 2,000 jobs. But investor concerns about tougher competition for savers' cash and potential loan defaults amid a cost-of-living crisis are weighing on the sector.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Iain Withers, Lawrence White, Gursimran Kaur, Devika Syamnath, Hugh Lawson Organizations: Lloyds Bank, REUTERS, Lloyds, Staff, Guardian, Reuters, Barclays, savers, Thomson Locations: London, Bengaluru
The logo of Legal & General insurance company is seen at their office in central London March 17, 2008. Legal & General (LGEN.L) said it had agreed a so-called full buy-in to the Boots Pension Scheme worth 4.8 billion pounds, in what it said was the largest such deal in Britain by premium size. The market has been running at around 30 billion pounds a year in Britain, but consultants expect 2023 to top that. Rising funding ratios for pension schemes are driving unprecedented demand, Legal & General (L&G) said, as funds scramble to protect schemes against the vagaries of market movements amid rising interest rates worldwide. L&G has written a total of 13.4 billion pounds worth of pension risk transfer deals this year globally, up from 9.5 billion pounds last year.
Persons: Alessia, Eva Mathews, Lawrence White, Sharon Singleton, Mark Potter Organizations: General, REUTERS, Legal, Co, Regulators, Bank of England's Prudential, Authority, Health, Thomson Locations: London, BRITAIN, Britain, Rothesay, Bengaluru
Barclays Bank logo is seen in this illustration taken March 12, 2023. As part of these 1,500 to 2,000 jobs could be cut if implemented in full, the person said. Barclays' 1 billion pound cost saving target would represent about 7% of the bank's underlying annual operating expenses of 15 billion pounds in 2022. Meanwhile, annual staff costs at BX have risen to 2 billion pounds, from 1.8 billion pounds. Barclays is "evaluating material structural cost actions", Venkat said when it reported disappointing third quarter results in October.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, C.S, Venkatakrishnan, Venkat, Sinead Cruise, Lawrence White, Alexander Smith Organizations: Barclays Bank, REUTERS, Barclays, Services, Chief, Barclays Execution Services, BX, Deutsche Bank, BNP, UBS, Reuters, Boston Consulting Group, Thomson Locations: British
[1/3] Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., November 17, 2023. Closely watched U.S. treasury yields slipped after auction, while global oil futures gained $2 on the prospect of supply cuts. Europe's benchmark STOXX index (.STOXX) inched up 0.1%, with energy stocks (.SXEP) leading gains. The healthcare sector (.SXDP) fell after shares in Bayer (BAYGn.DE) dropped to their lowest in 14 years. The dollar index fell to 103.26, its weakest since the start of September, as investors appeared to solidify bets that the Fed could start cutting interest rates next year.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, Dow Jones, Quincy Krosby, Krosby, Ricardo Evangelista, Goldman Sachs, Moody's, Brent, Chris Prentice, Wayne Cole, Lawrence White, Lincoln, Susan Fenton, Will Dunham, Sharon Singleton, Andrew Heavens Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Nvidia, U.S, Bayer, Nasdaq, Microsoft, Nikkei, Trading, LPL, Tech, European Central Bank, NAB, Thomson Locations: New York City, U.S, SYDNEY, Thursday's U.S, United States, Europe, Italy, New York, Sydney, London
[1/3] Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., November 17, 2023. The MSCI World Equity Index (.MIWD00000PUS) gained 0.38% by 10:37 a.m. EST (1537 GMT) and Europe's benchmark STOXX index (.STOXX) rose 0.08%. The tech-heavy index (.IXIC) gained 0.44% to 14,187.16, as the Dow Jones (.DJI) rose 0.25% to 35,035.33 and the S&P 500 index (.SPX) gained 0.27% to 4,526.14. The dollar index fell to 103.46, its weakest level since the start of September, as investors appeared to solidify bets that the Fed could start cutting rates next year. "Dovish minutes could trigger some downside risk for the dollar," Ricardo Evangelista, senior analyst at ActivTrades, said.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, Dow Jones, Israel, Ricardo Evangelista, Goldman Sachs, Moody's, Brent, Chris Prentice, Wayne Cole, Lawrence White, Lincoln, Susan Fenton, Sharon Singleton, Andrew Heavens Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Nvidia, Global, U.S, Nasdaq, Microsoft, Nikkei, Hamas, Tech, Treasury, European Central Bank, NAB, Thomson Locations: New York City, U.S, SYDNEY, United States, Gaza, Europe, Italy, New York, Sydney, London
Barclays Bank logo is seen in this illustration taken March 12, 2023. Tesco Plc and Tesco Bank declined to comment. It could not be established how much the proposed deal would value the Tesco Bank assets. Tesco Bank was launched in 1997 as a joint venture between the British supermarket group and Royal Bank of Scotland, with Tesco later taking full control of the company. Despite seeing it as a growth area in the past, Tesco has been scaling back its banking services, including no longer offering current accounts and offloading its mortgage portfolio to Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L).
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Amy, Jo Crowley, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Lawrence White, Iain Withers, Anousha Sakoui, Jane Merriman Organizations: Barclays Bank, REUTERS, Barclays, Reuters, Tesco Bank, Tesco, Tesco Plc, British, Royal Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Banking Group, Thomson Locations: British, Kensington
Hedge fund Qube makes $835 million bet against HSBC shares
  + stars: | 2023-11-17 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Nov 17 (Reuters) - Hedge fund Qube Research & Technologies has made a 672 million pound ($835.43 million) bet against the shares of HSBC (HSBA.L), a regulatory filing showed. The hedge fund, spun out from Credit Suisse, has taken a short position in HSBC shares worth 0.57% of the lender's market capitalisation, the filing with Britain's Financial Conduct Authority shows. It comes after HSBC reported disappointing third-quarter profits amid losses from its China real estate exposure. A short position is a bet that a company's stock price will decline. The short position was first reported by the Financial Times on Friday.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Qube, Lawrence White, Louise Heavens Organizations: HSBC Bank, REUTERS, Research, Technologies, HSBC, Credit Suisse, Britain's Financial, Authority, FCA, Financial, Thomson Locations: China
Signage is seen outside of a Nationwide Building Society in London, Britain, May 22, 2019. REUTERS/Hannah McKay/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Nov 17 (Reuters) - Nationwide Building Society (NBS.L) reported record benefits for its customers in the first half of its financial year, including a 344 million pound ($425.94 million) payout and 885 million pounds of incentives on products below market rates. The country's largest building society made 100 pound transfers into the current accounts of 3.4 million members in May, paying longstanding customers some of its profits from rising interest rates. The member-owned lender, which competes with Britain's big banks but does not have to prioritise shareholder returns, on Friday said profit for the six months to Sept. 30 rose to 989 million pounds from 969 million pounds a year earlier. ($1 = 0.8076 pounds)Reporting by Lawrence White Editing by David GoodmanOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Hannah McKay, Lawrence White, David Goodman Organizations: Building Society, REUTERS, Nationwide, Thomson Locations: London, Britain
LSEG (London Stock Exchange Group) CEO David Schwimmer speaks during the Reuters NEXT Newsmaker event in New York City, New York, U.S., December 1, 2022. "IPOs will come back, when the environment stabilises and improves," Schwimmer told Reuters in an interview in Singapore. "The reforms that the FCA is putting through, they're moving relatively quickly, but the markets move quickly too. LSEG bought Refinitiv for $27 billion in early 2021, turning the exchange into a major market data company overnight to challenge rival Bloomberg. Schwimmer said the roll0out of the new partnership product in 2024 will make it easy for customers to use LSEG data in a cloud environment.
Persons: David Schwimmer, Brendan McDermid, Schwimmer, LSEG, Vidya Ranganathan, Lawrence White, Sharon Singleton, Tomasz Janowski Organizations: London Stock Exchange Group, Reuters, REUTERS, Rights, European Union, Amsterdam, London, EU, Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters, Reuters News, Investors, Microsoft, Thomson Locations: New York City , New York, U.S, Rights SINGAPORE, London, New York, Singapore, Ukraine, Gaza, LSEG
"Our strategy is very focused on playing to our strengths," she said in an interview at the Reuters NEXT conference in New York. As part of efforts to grow the unit, the Spanish bank is hiring staff from the stricken Credit Suisse. "All we are saying is, in terms of taxes, in terms of transparency, let's have the same," Botin said. "I'd love to compete with Apple as long as we are competing on same terms," she said. Santander is investing in its payments business PagoNxt as one of five key business areas, competing with the likes of Apple Pay.
Persons: Ana Botin, Alessandra Galloni, Brendan McDermid, Botin, Lananh Nguyen, Saeed Azhar, Lawrence White, Mark Porter, Lisa Shumaker Organizations: Banco Santander, Reuters NEXT, Santander, Suisse, Reuters, REUTERS, Apple Inc, Apple, Apple Pay, reuters, Thomson Locations: U.S, New York, Spanish, Santander, New York City , New York
A man walks past a logo of HSBC at its headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia August 6, 2019. The results from Europe's biggest bank showed the pressure it is under to deliver returns to long-suffering investors now that interest rates worldwide are rising. In the third-quarter results, the lender booked a $500 million impairment related to the commercial real estate sector in mainland China. HSBC's Asia-focused competitor Standard Chartered (STAN.L) reported last week an unexpected one-third plunge in third-quarter profit due to a nearly $1 billion combined hit from its exposure to China's real estate and banking sectors. Reporting by Selena Li in Hong Kong and Lawrence White in London; Editing by Jamie FreedOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Lim Huey Teng, Jefferies, Joe Dickerson, Selena Li, Lawrence White, Jamie Freed Organizations: HSBC, REUTERS, Barclays, Europe's, Global Banking, Markets, Standard Chartered, Thomson Locations: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, HONG KONG, London, Hong Kong, Asia, China
A man walks past ATM machines at branch of the NatWest bank in Manchester, Britain September 21, 2017. The bank's shares fell as much as 18% in early trading before closing down 12% - their largest daily drop since the Brexit vote in June, 2016. Farage said in a statement on Friday that he viewed the report as a "whitewash" and its findings "laughable". She added that the review showed she did not leak detailed financial information and had been unaware of "deeply unpleasant and unfair" internal staff comments made about Farage. A NatWest document unearthed by Farage in July found that an internal committee had deemed his views did not align with the bank's own.
Persons: Phil Noble, Nigel Farage, Coutts, Farage, Alison Rose, Travers Smith, Howard Davies, Rose, Mr Farage, Davies, Paul Thwaite, Rick Haythornthwaite, Iain Withers, Lawrence White, Samuel Indyk, Jason Neely, Sharon Singleton, Kirsten Donovan Organizations: NatWest, REUTERS, Financial Conduct Authority, Barclays, Rival, Lloyds, Thomson Locations: Manchester, Britain
[1/2] Signage is seen for the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority), the UK's financial regulatory body, at their head offices in London, Britain March 10, 2022. REUTERS/Toby Melville/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Oct 27 (Reuters) - British watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority said on Friday that it had identified potential "regulatory breaches" in NatWest's handling of a decision to close former Brexit party leader Nigel Farage's accounts. NatWest said it would disclose a decision on whether to dock its former CEO Alison Rose's pay over the matter "as soon as possible". "This report, and additional information we have considered, has highlighted potential regulatory breaches and a number of areas for improvement," the FCA said in a statement, adding it was reviewing the firm's governance, systems and controls. Reporting by Carolyn Cohn and Iain Withers, editing by Lawrence WhiteOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Toby Melville, Nigel Farage's, Farage, Alison Rose's, Travers Smith, Alison Rose, Carolyn Cohn, Iain Withers, Lawrence White Organizations: FCA, Financial, Authority, REUTERS, British, NatWest, Thomson Locations: London, Britain
The U.K.-headquartered bank, which earns most of its revenue in Asia, booked July-September statutory pretax profit of $633 million. That compared with $996 million a year earlier and the $1.41 billion average of 16 analyst estimates compiled by the bank. China Bohai booked a 17.8% fall in January-June net interest income, leading to a nearly 7% decline in its overall profit, according to company filings. StanChart's Chinese real estate exposure totalled $2.7 billion, down $200 million from the previous quarter. StanChart has recently had "no contact" with FAB, Chief Financial Officer Andy Halford told reporters on a conference call on Thursday.
Persons: Peter Nicholls, StanChart, China Bohai, Andy Halford, Jefferies, Joe Dickerson, Dickerson, Selena Li, Lawrence White, Christopher Cushing Organizations: Chartered, REUTERS, Bank, Bohai, China Bohai Bank, HK, Abu Dhabi Bank, Thomson Locations: London, Britain, Bohai Bank, China, HONG KONG, China Bohai, Russia, Ukraine, Asia, Tianjin, StanChart
Britain's biggest mortgage lender on Wednesday reported a pre-tax profit of 1.9 billion pounds ($2.3 billion) for the three months to September 30, in line with the 1.8 billion expected by analysts in forecasts compiled by the bank. The bank's quarterly profit was up on 576 million pounds the prior year, which was restated due to accounting changes. Analysts welcomed the steady set of results, noting a bad loan charge of just 187 million pounds - versus 668 million in the same quarter a year earlier - was much lower than expected. However, Lloyds said it increased its deposits by 500 million pounds during the third quarter, reversing a trend of outflows seen by many banks this year. Deposits remained down 5 billion pounds year to date at 470 billion pounds.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Zoe Gillespie, Banks, Iain Withers, Lawrence White, Jason Neely Organizations: Lloyds Bank, REUTERS, Lloyds Banking Group, savers, Lloyds, Barclays, RBC Brewin, Thomson
Barclays Bank logo is seen in this illustration taken March 12, 2023. The redundancies account for about 3% of employees in the bank's U.S. consumer division, said the source, who declined to be identified discussing personnel matters. "These decisions are never easy and employees whose roles have been impacted will receive a full range of transition services." Venkatakrishnan said the lender will update investors on the areas impacted when Barclays reports full year results in February. The bank is already drawing up plans to cut hundreds of jobs in its domestic retail bank and cut staff in its investment bank, Reuters reported last month.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, C.S, Venkatakrishnan, murkier, Lananh Nguyen, Lawrence White, Chizu Nomiyama, Nick Zieminski Organizations: Barclays Bank, REUTERS, Barclays Plc, Barclays, Reuters, Thomson Locations: U.S, New York, London
A branch of Barclays Bank is seen, in London, Britain, February 23, 2022. Barclays shares fell nearly 7% in early trading, while shares in rivals Lloyds (LLOY.L) and NatWest (NWG.L) each dipped around 3%. SLUGGISH INVESTMENT BANKThe lender reported pre-tax profit for the July-September period of 1.9 billion pounds ($2.33 billion) on Tuesday, down from 2 billion pounds a year ago but above a consensus analyst forecast of 1.77 billion pounds. Barclays reported a 6% drop in income at its investment bank for the quarter, following a similarly downbeat performance at the half-year results update in July. ($1 = 0.8151 pounds)Reporting By Lawrence White and Iain Withers; Editing by Kirsten Donovan and Emelia Sithole-MatariseOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Peter Nicholls, Venkatakrishnan, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley's, Venkat, Matt Britzman, Hargreaves Lansdown, Jes Staley, Jeffrey Epstein, Staley, Lawrence White, Iain Withers, Kirsten Donovan, Emelia Organizations: Barclays Bank, REUTERS, Barclays, Lloyds, NatWest, JPMorgan, Reuters, Banking, Jefferies, Revenue, Bank of America, Financial, Authority, Thomson Locations: London, Britain
After many companies were wrongfooted by the speed and breadth of prohibitions on Russia, banks are drawing up contingency plans in case geopolitical tensions between the West and China escalate, seven finance industry sources said. The U.S. Treasury Department, which runs the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation, Britain's Foreign Office and Barclays did not respond to requests for comment. Three senior London-based bankers, who declined to be named because they were not authorised to speak publicly, said their boards had discussed the possibility of stronger Western sanctions on China in future. Scenarios from major cyber-attacks through to a military intervention in Taiwan could potentially trigger further prohibitions on China, one lawyer who advises banks said. One of the bankers said sanctions on Russia had "removed naivety" among businesses and prompted the industry to think more deeply about China risks.
Persons: Neil Whiley, Whiley, Xi Jinping, Joe Biden, Leigh Hansson, Reed Smith, Banks, Biden, Sinead Cruise, Stefania Spezzati, Lawrence White, Michelle Price, Catherine Evans Organizations: Banking, UK Finance Bank, British, Reuters, UK Finance, HSBC, Barclays, JPMorgan, U.S . Treasury Department, Office, Communications, Standard Chartered, Standard, London underwriters, Thomson Locations: China, Western, Britain, U.S, Russia, West, Taiwan, Beijing, London, Ukraine, United States, British, Asia, Washington
The case concerns a former senior IT manager who raised concerns about how a data loss had been handled. A hearing for Barclays' appeal to the Bombay High Court is listed for Oct. 20, court records show. They declined to comment on the specifics of the Indian case. Gupta has also appealed to the Bombay High Court, court records show, arguing the pay-out awarded was too low, the source familiar with the appeals said. Last year, Gupta also filed a secondary civil case against Barclays, another court filing shows.
Persons: Atul Gupta, Jes Staley, Francesca West, Gupta, Arpan Chaturvedi, Sinead Cruise, Alexander Smith Organizations: Barclays, Reuters, Financial, Authority, FCA, Global Service Centre Private Limited, Bombay High Court, Thomson Locations: Indian, Pune, Bombay
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