The trouble with America's mega fines is that no individuals have been punished alongside their former employers
The US Department of Justice is also suing Barclays for alleged mortgage securities fraud
Global investment banks have been cutting ties with smaller customers and scrambling to capture a greater share of business from the world’s elite fund managers
The number of people using branches is falling sharply, but Which? is right to highlight the plight of those who either don't want to or who aren't able to use internet banking
Standard Chartered and Barclays would also need more capital if the economy deteriorated
Brexit hitting UK construction as building merchant SIG slumps; Virgin trains on track for holding recruitments fairs in prisons across the UK
A customer said that Barlcays had inadvertently taken a £4,000 payment twice
Chief executive Jes Staley is on top of his critics, but his bankers need to behave themselves if he’s to stay there
Europe’s biggest bank seeks 50,000 square feet of space in East London's 'Silicon Roundabout' technology hub.
"Working Forward" asks them to take a pledge and offers the chance to "learn from the best" but will it amount to more than PR?
Oil companies to expand production into 2020; Government to assess new corporate corruption laws; Telefonica could float British mobile network
If cash had been retained by banks their capital buffers would have been boosted, say researchers
Bank of England accused of allowing banks to be overexposed in event of new financial crisis
Financial insitution is ‘Barclexiting’ from a large number of its businesses and countries, but the price is a high one as its latest results show
CEO Jes Staley says he sees no reason to change strategy in light of Brexit