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The drastic cull of senior executives announced by Deutsche Bank on Sunday serves three clear purposes for John Cryan, who took over as co-chief executive in July - FT.

The heads of the UK's challenger banks are urging the competition watchdog to break the "cartel" of the big high-street lenders and overhaul the current account system to give customers a better deal — FT.

Big banks tell America's firms: we don't want your cash — Wall Street Journal

With its stock market debut looming, Japan Post Bank is attempting to diversify its portfolio to ensure steady growth — Nikkei Report.

MFIs have shifted their focus from rural pockets to urban India. For the first time in its 25-year history, Indian MFIs have more urban clients than rural ones — Livemint.

Canada's Scotiabank is opening a 'digital factory' in downtown Toronto to house 350 technology staffers dedicated to designing and delivering innovative digital services — Finextra.

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