'The Euro crisis has left its mark on the savings of private households, especially in Italy,' says economist Kathrin Brandmeir
Senior staff believe the City will eventually be stripped of the ability to clear euro denominated swaps after Britain formally Brexits
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.
Bankers no longer make it to the top
Despite public messages of patience, banks are in a race to secure best European office space and accommodation for thousands of workers they plan to eventually move from the UK
An ‘industry shake-up’ neither stops consumers being exploited nor encourages us to take control
Proposals dubbed too little, too late by consumer groups and smaller lenders
The authorities already seem sympathetic to the banking industry. How else to explain the decision last December by the Financial Conduct Authority to ditch its proposed inquiry into the culture, pay and behaviour of banking staff?
Asked whether bankers’ conduct had changed since his 2012 conviction for fraud, Kweku Adoboli replied: 'No, certainly not'
Banks are networked both domestically and internationally through inter-bank borrowing and lending and derivative transactions. Problems at one bank can quickly spread, infecting other firms and the financial system
Judge condemns trio for inflating bank's deposit levels by €7.2bn
Inequality was highlighted by the shock Brexit vote – and figures are showing that executive pay is often a reward for sheer luck rather than the superlative skill and management expertise that we hear so much about
It took seven years to publish a report into failures at HBOS and only one executive was ever sanctioned
Gorman said he changed his travel plans to visit London earlier this week
The US retail banking giant has made a significant investment in the City of London, but it would have gone ahead regardless of the result of Britain's EU referendum and there's nothing to stop it from upping sticks down the line if conditions deteriorate