Guggenheim in Talks to Sell Retail Funds Business to Invesco
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Guggenheim Partners is in talks to sell its retail funds business to Invesco Ltd., according to people familiar with the matter.
Millennium Health Trustee Targets J.P. Morgan Over Soured $1.8 Billion Loan
A trustee for creditors of Millennium Health LLC is suing J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. for funds to repay an ill-fated $1.8 billion loan, accusing the bank of concealing a federal investigation into the drug-testing company's billing practices that later drove it into chapter 11.
Departing GE Executive Joins Blackstone's New Infrastructure Unit
Steve Bolze, a General Electric Co. executive who was recently passed over for GE's top job, is joining Blackstone Group LP to help run its new infrastructure-investing business.
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J.P. Morgan Chase Settles Allegations Over Checking Account Denials
J.P. Morgan Chase agreed to pay $4.6 million to settle allegations it didn't properly inform people about why their account applications were denied.
'London Whale' Has a New Target: J.P. Morgan
The U.S. case against two former J.P. Morgan traders charged with concealing billions in losses fell apart because a key witness known as the London Whale shifted blame to CEO James Dimon and other top executives.
Investors Pile Into Private Equity at Greatest Clip Since 2013
Apollo Global Management LLC, Carlyle Group LP and their private-equity peers are growing their assets at an accelerated clip as investors seek alternatives to richly priced stocks and bonds.
Insurers' Operating Incomes Rise
AIG posted better-than-expected operating results in its first quarter with Brian Duperreault at the helm, while competitor MetLife reported results for the last quarter before the spinoff of its historic core life-insurance unit.
Australia's Largest Bank Breached Money-Laundering Law, Regulator Says
Australia's financial-intelligence agency filed a civil lawsuit accusing Commonwealth Bank of Australia of failings it said may have opened the way for money laundering and financial crime.
Iraq Set to Raise $1 Billion in Bond Sale
Iraq is set to raise $1 billion through its first independent international bond sale in more than a decade, bankers aware of the transaction said on Wednesday, as the war-torn country looks for cash to support its finances.
U.S. Loan Risk Falls Slightly
The riskiness of big loans held by U.S. banks and investors "declined slightly but remains elevated" because of debt tied to corporate buyout deals and the oil-and-gas industry, according to regulators.
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August 03, 2017 07:15 ET (11:15 GMT)