The company backed by Robert E. Diamond Jr., the former Barclays chief executive, said it was in exclusive discussions to invest in Banque Populaire du Rwanda.
The sale of $5.6 billion in commitments is the second sale of loans by the Royal Bank of Scotland to the Japanese financial group in a matter of months.
The all-cash deal worth $4 billion for iGate comes as Capgemini, based in Paris, tries to bolster its presence in the North American market.
The lender said it would reduce its dependence on borrowed money, sell its German retail branches on the stock market and shrink its investment bank.
As head of the asset forfeiture unit at the United States attorney’s office, Ms. Levin helped get corporate giants and others to pay some $15 billion.
About 20 percent of 2010 graduates have jobs that do not require a law license, a new study shows, and only 40 percent are working in law firms.
The automaker faces slim profits, dwindling market share in the United States and an organization that critics say is bloated and inefficient.
The Porsche family scion, who has dominated Volkswagen for decades, tried to oust the chief executive, Martin Winterkorn, but the board turned against him.
When investors in the mattress maker convene next month, they will decide whether three top officials, including the chief executive, should be ousted.
Comcast suffered a setback as it canceled its offer for Time Warner Cable, but the executive at the company’s helm will likely continue in his father’s footsteps as a daring deal maker.