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In Europe, Central Banker Mario Draghi 'Might Need A Toxic Assets Bank'
European Central Bank (ECB) chief Mario Draghi signaled that further rate cuts in the euro-zone are unlikely. That means rates are going higher sooner rather than later. Who is going to be the buyer of all that negative interest rate debt, nearly a ...

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Why do Iranian banks remain stuck with toxic assets?
On Feb. 26, the Iranian government got the go-ahead from parliament members to sell a total of 10 trillion rials ($308 million) worth of excess properties owned by the ministries of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) as well as Labor and ...

JPMorgan: Settle The Ambac Case Or Lose Billions (Again)
Seeking Alpha
The cases enter around the plaintiffs' claims that JPM dumped billions in toxic mortgage assets for other clients before the majority of the crisis hit, but literally ignored those same toxic assets resting in accounts the plantiffs' had invested with ...


The Federal Reserve is almost insolvent
When the commercial banks needed to sell their non-performing toxic assets, the Fed printed money to buy that garbage. When the US government needed to borrow trillions of dollars to bail out failing companies, the Fed printed money and loaned it to ...

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Time to Repeal the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act ...
Competitive Enterprise Institute (blog)
America is the only major country in the world to have an extraterritorial tax system, demanding its expatriate citizens pay tax on their foreign earnings. For many ...
Critics seek to slay FATCA through tax reformCompliance Week (subscription) (blog)

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Forget banks. Govt of India has bad assets worth Rs 8.16 lakh crore
Catch News
Non-performing assets (NPAs) of Indian banks has been the buzzword for over a year now. But what seems to have been under the radar is the Government of ...

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US grassroots coalition calls for end to FATCA
CCH Daily inc Accountancy Live (subscription) (blog)
It goes on to claim the legislation 'ensnares innocent Americans with excessive reporting requirements and draconian penalties for the slightest oversights', and also 'makes US citizens living and working abroad toxic assets in the eyes of both ...

Barclays: Patience Is Bitter, Will Its Fruit Be Sweet?
Seeking Alpha
Jenkins's master plan to steer Barclays away from the Diamond era came in the form of the "Transform" program which involved 19.000 job losses by 2016, shedding toxic assets and shrinking the investment bank which would now solely focus on client ...


Commerzbank able to sue Bank of New York Mellon over $1bn losses
A US court has ruled Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon) must face Commerzbank over claims it is liable for $1bn (£800m) of losses incurred by the German lender from toxic assets it bought. Commerzbank can pursue BNY Mellon over allegations it was ...

Azerbaijan wants to get rid of closed banks' assets and state-repurchased toxic assets for 5-7 years through a ...
Azerbaijan Business Center
Baku, Fineko/abc.az. Through a special company Azerbaijan wants to get rid of bad assets repurchased by the government from banks for 5-7 years. Rustam Tayirov, the head of the Prudential Policy Department of the Financial Market Supervision Chamber ...

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