The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines – UK watchdog summons bank chiefs to tackle accusations of ‘profiteering’ – Odey Asset Management in talks with Green Ash over Adrian Courtenay’s fund – Former Carillion finance chief barred from UK boards for 11 years – NHS doctors union steps up calls for arbitration on pay dispute
Overview – Top bankers at HSBC, NatWest, Lloyds and Barclays are expected to attend a meeting at the Financial Conduct Authority on Thursday amid accusations they are profiteering from rising interest rates. – Odey Asset Management said in a letter to clients, it is in discussions to transfer the $80 mln Special Situations fund managed by Adrian Courtenay to Green Ash Partners, a boutique asset manager with partners in the UK and Switzerland.
– The former finance chief of Carillion has been barred from holding company directorships for more than a decade, marking the first boardroom ban on an executive of the collapsed construction company. – The head of the main NHS doctors union has called on Rishi Sunak to back independent arbitration to settle a strike by junior members which has led to the cancellation of large numbers of hospital operations in England. (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)
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