Standard Bank is willing to pay you to keep your money

Standard Bank's new entry-level account will cost 5c less than Capitec's and comes with free monthly airtime or data

Commerzbank open to mergers as talks with Deutsche Bank collapse

With Deutsche out of the picture, Italy’s UniCredit and Dutch ING Group have expressed interest in Germany’s second-largest listed lender

African Bank takes on rivals in fee war

African bank launched a zero monthly fee account that allows customers to open up to five linked accounts with separate bank cards for their families

Coronation share price drops to six-week low on weaker earnings

The fund manager cites disappointing investment performance and little growth in the local pension fund industry

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Private equity firms offer $5.8bn for Anbang’s US luxury hotels

Seventeen potential buyers have submitted their bids to Chinese authorities unwinding Anbang

JPMorgan raises its forecast for a no-deal Brexit to 25%

JPMorgan raised the probability of an Article 50 extension to 60% and cut the probability of exit on the terms of Theresa May's withdrawal agreement to 15%

The very, very many hoops the next Wells Fargo CEO must jump through

In applying for the job, the next Wells Fargo CEO must complete 17-page form including their first kiss (not really)

SA risk management director earns highest membership grade

SPONSORED | An interview with Zanele Mukhobu on her career and journey in risk management

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Goldman switches to Mazars for European audit

The move comes as MPs and regulators are pushing to weaken the grip of the Big Four accounting firms:  PwC, EY, Deloitte and KPMG

Deutsche Bank employees say bank bosses ignored flagging of Trump, Kushner transactions

Concerns were raised over alleged illicit activity that involved entities controlled by the US president and his son-in-law

WATCH: How Investec is coping with Brexit uncertainty

Investec joint-CEO Fani Titi talks to Business Day TV about the challenges the group faces in its two main markets

Liberty says its retail unit in SA is struggling to get new business

Indexed new business sales in the SA retail insurance unit increase 1% from a year before to R1.5bn

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