A handful of banks will be watching Deutsche clients in the coming weeks
Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan,
Morgan Stanley, Societe Generale and UBS are among the clearing
banks that could pick up business if Deutsche Bank clients were
to cut their exposure to that bank amid fears over the German
lending giant’s future.
The four American banks, Societe Generale
and UBS would be some of the obvious homes for clients looking
to cut their holdings at Deutsche and move business to a new
clearing provider, according to senior derivatives clearing
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