Articles with tag: morgan stanley

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As pandemic recession takes hold, large US banks to report profit plunge

News | Payments General | 05 Oct 2020

Financial analysts expect large US banks to report a 30% to 60% plunge in profits on the year-ago period due to the pandemic-induced recession and near record low interest rates.

Citigroup, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, profit, recession, US

Morgan Stanley to share its climate impact

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 21 Jul 2020

US-based bank Morgan Stanley has announced plans to publicly disclose how much its loans and investments contribute to climate change.

Morgan Stanley, US, United States, bank, loans, investments, climate change, climate impact, financial regulators, fossil fuels, government policies, greenhouse gas emissions, Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials, financial company, financial institutions

Morgan Stanley to pay USD 5 mln fine

News | Payments General | 14 May 2020

A unit of Morgan Stanley has agreed to pay a USD 5 million fine to settle US Securities and Exchange Commission charges.

SEC, Morgan Stanley, banks, US, Securities and Exchange Commission, retail, wrap fee

Bank of Russia revokes banking licence of Morgan Stanley Bank

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 01 May 2020

The Bank of Russia has revoked the banking licence of Morgan Stanley Bank, a credit institution based in Moscow.

Bank of Russia, banking, Morgan Stanley Bank, credit, Russia

Neobank 86 400 raises EUR 31 mln in Series A fundraising

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 10 Apr 2020

Australia-based neobank startup 86 400 has announced a EUR 31 million Series A fundraising round led by Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley, Australia, neobank, 86 400, loans

Global investment banking revenue slipped 3 percent in 2019

News | Payments General | 25 Mar 2020

The five largest global banks hit USD 26.1 billion in investment banking revenue in 2019, 3% down on the year, according to data gathered by LearnBonds.

investment banking, banking, merger, acquisition, JP Morgan, Royal Bank of Scotland, UBS, underwriter, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America

Morgan Stanley to acquire E*TRADE in USD 13 bln deal

News | Payments General | 21 Feb 2020

US-based investment bank Morgan Stanley has entered an agreement to acquire E*TRADE Financial Corporation in an all-stock transaction valued at ~USD 13 billion.

Morgan Stanley, E*TRADE, investment bank, acquisition, mergers and acquisitions, brokerage, online brokerage, private equity, Wall Street, stock exchange, stock brokerage, United States, US

Ctrip in talks with banks for secondary listing

News | Payments General | 13 Jan 2020

Reuters has reported that online travel company Ctrip is talking to banks about a planned secondary listing in Hong Kong.

China, Ctrip, banks, Alibaba, Hong Kong, listing, ecommerce, China International Capital Corp, JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley

HNW investors attracted to digital technology yet concerned about cybersecurity

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 12 Aug 2019

The latest Morgan Stanley Investor Pulse Poll has found that high net worth (HNW) investors are attracted to digital technology yet concerned about cybersecurity.

Morgan Stanley, report, cybersecurity, mobile banking

SoftBank rolls out USD 800 million investment in SCF company Greensill

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 02 Jul 2019

SoftBank Vision Fund has invested USD 800 mln in UK-based working capital finance company Greensill in a deal that values the company at USD 3.5 bln.

SoftBank, SoftBank Vision Fund, Greensill, supply chain finance, investment, UK, Europe, Allen & Overy, Morgan Stanley,

Ecommerce sector to reach USD 200 bln by 2027

News | Ecommerce | 19 Feb 2019

Morgan Stanley has revised its estimate for the ecommerce sector, expecting it to reach USD 200 billion by 2027, according to Times Now.

Ecommerce, India, FDI, marketplace, Morgan Stanley

Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley go live with CLSNet

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 03 Dec 2018

Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have gone live with IBM’s and CLS’ CLSNet, a standardised, automated bilateral payment netting service for over 120 currencies, running on blockchain.

Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, CLSNet, blockchain, payment netting, FX, IBM, trade, standardisation, automation

Goldman, Morgan Stanley go live with CLS IBM-powered blockchain

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 29 Nov 2018

CLS, the bank-owned currency trading utility, and IBM have gone live with their blockchain-based payment netting service.

Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, CLS, IBM Blockchain, partnership, world, North America, Europe, Australia, trade finance, IBM-powered blockchain trade finance, payment versus payment, forex market, Bank of China,

Integral receives USD 15 mln funding from Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital

News | Payments General | 28 Nov 2018

US-based foreign exchange (FX) tech platform Integral has received USD 15 million funding from Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital.

Integral, Morgan Stanley Expansion Capital, funding, FX

Cryptocurrency trends revealed by Morgan Stanley research division

News | Cryptocurrencies | 02 Nov 2018

Institutional investors are increasingly getting involved in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, according to a new report by Morgan Stanley.

Morgan Stanley, Cryptocurrency, report, digital assets, digital cash, stablecoin

Ecommerce India expected to reach USD 200 bln by 2026

News | Ecommerce | 12 Oct 2017

Ecommerce market in India will grow 30% CAGR (compounded annual growth rate) for gross merchandise value to be worth USD 200 billion by 2026.

Ecommerce, India, Morgan Stanley, CAGR, merchandise, market, Flipkart, Amazon India, report