It is not just 10 directors who should be referred. It is all prior directors involved and senior managers
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
Former HBOS chief executive Sir James Crosby today stepped down from his role with private equity firm Bridgepoint following a damning report into the collapse of the bank.
Banking standards commission report dismisses ‘hollow’ apologies by HBOS management that staggering losses were due to unpredictable events of credit crunch, citing a ‘colossal failure’ of strategy by the board
Ex-HBOS chief admits selling two-thirds of holding in two years before near-collapse
The head of the ethics committee at HM Revenue & Customs faced criticism last night after it emerged that he earns more than £125,000 as the director of a company based in the tax haven of Guernsey.
Lloyds Banking Group today announced plans to reduce the benefits staff receive under its final salary pension schemes.
Lloyds Banking Group will pay the Government £2.5bn to avoid a taxpayer-backed insurance scheme for toxic debts, it emerged today.
Lloyds Banking Group today said bad debt charges ballooned to £13.4 billion as it paid the price for reckless lending at troubled HBOS.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown was today urged to send a message to bank bosses at Lloyds that further jobs cuts would be "totally unacceptable"
A former HBOS executive says he has documents that prove the Prime Minister must take responsibility for the mess in the markets
Prime Minister tries to limit the personal damage over bailouts
Government adviser quits to spare Brown further embarrassment
A £37 billion taxpayer lifeline was thrown to three of the UK's biggest banks today in an attempt to end the sector's turmoil.