INSIGHT-Britain's bank tax jump threatens to push HSBC, StanChart to new home *UK tax rise will cost pair $2 bln/ yr and may rise again. LONDON, April 19- HSBC and Standard Chartered are looking at the viability of quitting London for a new home in Asia because a big jump in a tax on UK banks makes staying in Britain increasingly painful. "There is a very clear risk that HSBC and StanChart reach a pain threshold where they think it is no longer worth...
| By: Steve Slater and Sinead Cruise
Deutsche Bank leans towards limited revamp with Postbank sale - sources FRANKFURT, April 18- Deutsche Bank will sell Postbank but keep a pared back own-brand retail business in the overhaul plan currently favoured by management, sources familiar with the internal discussions at Germany's biggest lender said. The choice to keep most retail operations and offload only Postbank, which Deutsche bought in steps for about 6 billion...
| By: Kathrin Jones
Japan's ANA Holdings to buy stake in Skymark Airlines ANA's investment comes after Skymark filed for bankruptcy in January. Skymark agreed a 9 billion yen deal with Integral earlier this year and has been seeking other parties to help it turn the business around. Integral and ANA have made agreements on matters including the eventual relisting of Skymark and sustaining the number of employees, the sources said.
| By: Maki Shiraki and Taiga Uranaka
UPDATE 1-Raytheon to acquire Websense for $1.9 billion -sources April 17- U.S. arms maker Raytheon Co has agreed to buy Websense Inc from private equity firm Vista Equity Partners LLC, in a deal that values the network security company at $1.9 billion, including debt, according to people familiar with the matter. Raytheon will combine Websense with its own cybersecurity operations and have an 80 percent stake in the combined...
| By: Mike Stone and Liana B. Baker
EXCLUSIVE-U.S. defense IT contractor Vencore explores sale -sources Vencore's owner, private equity firm Veritas Capital Management LLC, has hired Stone Key Group LLC and Wells Fargo& Co to advise on an auction for the company, three people said on Friday. Veritas Capital and Wells Fargo declined to comment. Veritas Capital bought the company, which was previously called SI Organization Inc, from Lockheed Martin Corp for $815...
| By: Greg Roumeliotis and Mike Stone