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StanChart hires ex-Morgan Stanley banker for Middle East push

DUBAI (Reuters) - Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered <STAN.L> has hired Sarmad Lone, previously with Morgan Stanley Inc <MS.N>, to help boost the lender's business with top international companies in the Middle East and north Africa. Full story

Standard Chartered brushes off China fears after stronger quarter

LONDON (Reuters) - Standard Chartered <STAN.L> brushed off fears that a slowdown in China's economy would hit the Asia-focused lender hard and said it would meet analysts' expectations for the full-year following an improved second-quarter. Full story

StanChart expects to miss double digit growth target: FD

LONDON (Reuters) - Standard Chartered <STAN.L> does not expect to achieve double digit revenue growth in the current year, finance director Richard Meddings told reporters on a conference call on Wednesday. Full story

StanChart banker Nelson to take helm at Dubai's ENBD

DUBAI (Reuters) - Emirates NBD's <ENBD.DU> appointment of a senior Standard Chartered <STAN.L> banker with Asia experience as its new group chief executive reinforces the trend of Gulf-based banks looking beyond their own region for their next growth phase. Full story

Deloitte, NY settle over review of Standard Chartered money laundering

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A financial advisory unit of Deloitte LLP has agreed to pay $10 million and accept other New York state penalties to settle accusations of misconduct related to an investigation of money laundering at Standard Chartered Bank. Full story

StanChart falls after short seller Muddy Waters flags bad debts

LONDON (Reuters) - Standard Chartered <STAN.L> shares fell and the cost of insuring its debt against default jumped on Monday after U.S. activist investor Muddy Waters said it had bet against the bank because of its "deteriorating" loan quality. Full story

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CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including a report Standard Chartered is seeking a collective settlement with U.S. regulators.

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Billionaire Ken Langone offers insight on Paul Ryan's budget plan, Standard Chartered, and Eliot Spitzer.

  NY Reaches Agreement With Standard Chartered

Standard Chartered will pay a civil penalty of $340 million to New York state DFS, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.

  Standard Chartered To Pay $340 Million Civil Penalty

Andrew Stoltmann, Stoltmann Law Offices, and Brian Gardner, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, discuss whether the Standard Chartered deal was lenient.

  Standard Chartered to Pay $340 Million

Standard Chartered will pay a civil penalty of $340 million to the NY State Department of Financial Services, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche. CNBC's John Carney and Bob Pisani, provide perspective.

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