The Bank Workers Charity found that 65 per cent of bankers worked up to 30 hours more per week than contracted. It is no surprise that the current spike in male suicide dates from 2007 when the last banking crisis hit
Financial institutions say a lengthy transition period is 'important in order to avoid potential damage to the 'real economy' that is reliant upon uninterrupted access to financial services'
Court papers suggest bosses repeatedly questioned Johnny Cameron's capability to oversee the bank's casino banking arm
The latest sign that the uncertainty around access to the single market is harming investment
Cambridge University graduate also 'thought thousands of people were watching his life as if he were Jim Carrey in The Truman Show'
Institutional investors are failing their clients by not asking tougher questions of banks, and sitting back as money is poured into black holes of scandal
A more focused bank with more modest ambitions will be easier to manage and pose less risk to its host economy
The move is part of a plan to pare about 12,000 roles by 2017
Negative rates point to the fact that the global economic system cannot generate sufficient income to service, let alone repay, current debt levels - and that means trouble
The Treasury Committee chairman wants faster action to improve banks' creaking IT systems. He has a point
Wells Fargo's board canceled $41 million in unvested stock awards to CEO John Stumpf and $19 million to retiring consumer banking chief Carrie Tolstedt
The struggling German bank is looking for Goldman Sachs-like penalties for its pre-crisis dealings.
A campaign has been launched to combat fraudsters who 'prey on people's trusting nature'
Wells Fargo (WFC) was fined on Thursday related to a regulatory enforcement action over 'widespread illegal practice' of account openings, sales targets and compensation incentives.
City adopts new lobbying strategy as it battles for special status in Brexit negotiations
Facial recognition technology will be used to verify the images