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Several searches wer carried out in five French banks in Paris on suspicion of aggravated tax fraud.
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The banking union was first pitched in 2012, at the height of the eurozone crisis, but the project remains incomplete to this day.
First Citizens Bank to buy collapsed Silicon Valley Bank
All of SVB's deposits and loans will be taken over by its rival First Citizens Bank, US regulators said late on Sunday.
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EU leaders insist eurozone is 'resilient' as Deutsche Bank plunges
Financial markets have been rocked since the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and the government-brokered takeover of Credit Suisse.
ECB ready to preserve 'as necessary' the eurozone's stability: Lagarde
Christine Lagarde's comments come in the midst of persistent turmoil across Europe's banking sector.
UBS to acquire troubled rival Credit Suisse in Swiss government deal
The Swiss central bank is extending a line of credit up to CHF 100 billion (€100 billion) to UBS and Credit Suisse.
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State of the Union: EU industry to become greener & more independent
In our weekly review, we analyse the impact of the collapse of the US Silicon Valley Bank in the EU and the new roadmap for a cleaner European industry.
Silicon Valley Bank collapse: Is my money safe in Europe and the UK?
How you can keep their money safe when banks collapse like the Silicon Valley Bank in the US
Credit Suisse to borrow €51 billion from Swiss central bank
Credit Suisse said it would exercise an option to borrow up to €51 billion from Switzerland's central bank
EU should 'stay alert' after Silicon Valley Bank collapse: McGuinness
"Higher inflation and rising interest rates present different challenges to financial stability," said European Commissioner Mairead McGuinness.
How is Europe dealing with the Silicon Valley Bank collapse fallout?
The collapse of SVB, the biggest bank failure since 2008, has reverberated around the world. What is being done to limit the fallout?
Silicon Valley Bank's collapse exposes tech start-ups' fault lines
The SVB's failure is the largest since the 2008 financial crisis. Tech startups and venture capitalists are worried it might cost the sector dearly.
Silicon Valley Bank failed. Here's how and why it happened
Here's what to know about why SVB failed, who was affected most, and how it may or may not affect the wider banking system.
Silicon Valley Bank collapse the largest since 2008 financial crisis
The US, and the technology sector which were among its biggest customers, face another Lehman Brothers moment with the failure of SVB.
Four bankers in Switzerland on trial over Putin money allegations
Four Gazprombank Switzerland employees appeared in court for agreeing to manage the assets of Russian cellist and Putin's friend Sergei Roldugin.
Record number of business leaders expected at Davos summit
With more than 50 heads of state and government, central bank governors, 30 trade ministers, foreign ministers and more – all in one place. It can only mean one thing.
7.5 billion of Russian assets have been frozen in Switzerland
Switzerland has frozen a total of 7.5 billion Swiss francs in Russian assets, in connection with the sanctions imposed over Russia's war in Ukraine.
Why you should get a tech job in Zurich
A city that's become nearly synonymous with banking, Zurich also has a bustling tech scene. We take a look different opportunities for tech workers.
EU pushes for banks to offer instant payments at no extra cost
Brussels says the move will make the European economy more efficient and bring savings for businesses and customers alike.