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Former Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre is in court over allegations he misled investors
Mark Carney will hit the ground running at the Bank of England today as he takes on "one of the toughest central banking jobs in the world".
But judge tells UK Uncut that deal was 'not a glorious episode in the history of the Revenue'
A “sweetheart” tax deal which saved Goldman Sachs millions of pounds was agreed by HMRC to save Chancellor George Osborne from “major embarrassment”, a court has heard.
Bank of England Governor Sir Mervyn King today said it would be “depressing” if bankers choose to defer their bonuses until after the introduction of the new 45p income tax rate.
Fresh details of the lucrative financial package required to lure the Bank of England’s first foreign Governor across the Atlantic show that Mark Carney, a Canadian, has landed a housing allowance worth £1.25m over his five-year term.
The big question now is whether there has been permanent damage
The column that runs rings round the rest
Wall Street giant attacked for deferring 99 per cent of its tax bill
In the last decade, financiers have speculated billions of pounds in food, helping to make prices dearer and more volatile
Former boss Jon Corzine has been castigated over a missing $1.6bn – but it seems he has been framed
Banking is not a vocation. No one becomes a trader in order to follow a childhood dream
A senior judge is to be brought in to investigate a series of controversial tax deals which cost the Exchequer millions of pounds in lost revenue.
The eurozone's corridors of power have been undergoing a remarkable transformation. Stephen Foley reports
Rajaratnam appeared the model of success, but his hunger for gaining an 'edge' over his rivals took him beyond the bounds of the law time and time again
Goldman Sachs, the mightiest of the world's investment banks, will reveal a new round of bumper bonus payouts this morning that is expected to average at around $450,000 (£280,000) per person, demonstrating that another year of public fury at bankers' pay has failed to change behaviour on Wall Street and in the City of London.