Bank boss had said last year that as many as 4,000 of the bank's 16,000 jobs based in Britain may have to move
Staff at Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and HSBC have asked to return to their native countries inside the EU
The bank was been let down by previous poor management, but its customers have stuck with it despite its travails because they value its ethical lending policies
UK must not to 'assume it’s unassailable', in financial services, said John McFarlane, chairman of Barclays
Billy Beane was successful by tapping into an undervalued talent pool. Banks that do the same with candidates from disadvantaged backgrounds will benefit handsomely
Finance industry executives admit 'presentation' at interview is biggest barrier to people from poorer backgrounds getting a job
If a thief stole an heirloom, they wouldn’t get to keep it if you only discovered the theft years later. But the rules work differently in financial services
The council will make big savings with a deal to switch to more sensible borrowing. But local authorities will be tempted by similar schemes until we have a grown up conversation about how to pay for services and infrastructure we both need and value.
A requirement to sell off Williams & Glyn looks set to be dropped in favour of RBS making a £750m payment to boost competition in business banking
The UK’s decision to leave the European Union could lead to the EU’s clients shifting business worth €1.8 trillion (£1.6 trillion) to the continent
'We have to find reasonable rules here with Britain,' says Wolfgang Schaeuble
Cities around Europe are already vying for the potential new business, including financial centres in Germany, France, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Ireland
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