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Some highlights from Monday’s FTfm.
Investors frustrated by banks
Institutional investors are lining up to buy the loan books of European banks but are struggling to put money to work as banks sit tight on their credit portfolios Read more
1.The NIM force awakens
2.The lifecycle of a fintech startup
3.Japanese banks don't like something
4.Floating cash and carry rates, and the GO SLOW tanker phenomenon
5.The online lending lie
9.In the absence of a press release, Keurig Green Mountain edition...
10.Swiss banks rolling down hills gather no bids
1.Markets Live test session for Comments
2.Markets Live: Friday, 5th February, 2016
3.Thought for the weekend
4.Digital money, negative rates as Gosplan 2.0
5.Camp Alphaville: coming soon to New York?
6.Pens down, class, and debts off the books, please
7.The lifecycle of a fintech startup
8.Petrodollars as the new vendor-financing feedback loop of hell
9.“It’s the stocks, not the shocks”
10.Plus500 is back!
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