The following letters appear in the 1 January edition of the Independent
Seven of the biggest banks operating in London paid a combined £21m in corporation tax in Britain last year
The former Conservative Treasury minister has been appointed chair of the Office of Tax Simplification
The FLS was due to be wound down early next year. But Bank Governor Mark Carney and Chancellor George Osborne have agreed to prolong it until early 2018
ICBC Standard Bank Plc will pay nearly £22m after admitting it failed to prevent bribery by two bankers at sister firm
Britain’s banks will tonight learn whether they have passed tough Bank of England stress tests, after the collapsed bank HBOS was told it had “less than” a 1 in 100,000 chance of failing those imposed by the then regulator just three years before its near-collapse.
We do not know how much the 54-year-old Cryan, a lifelong investment banker, takes home himself, but we can assume it will be a fairly hefty chunk of cash. Does this make him more or less qualified to stand in judgement on others in his industry?
Report details how accountancy giant failed to raise alarm over quality of failed bank’s loan book
Special report: 10 executives could now face City bans after scathing report from regulator
The public needs to be reassured bad behaviour will be stamped on
Banker is the fourth most popular job
The top spots go to investment bankers, with salaries topping £600,000 for managing directors in structuring and trading
Personal Finance Editor Simon Read discusses TalkTalk and cyber security; how to save £260 by switching banks; why you should help older friends and neighbours get a new energy tariff: and stocking up on wine for Christmas
Dutch government fires starting gun on flotation to start recouping the €22bn it spent rescuing the bank
Barclays said the problem was internal and was not caused by someone hacking into its computers