Boss of UK’s biggest bank said trading division that generates one fifth of revenue could relocate to France
HSBC annual expat explorer report looks at one its like to be a foreigner living and working in countries around the world.
British bank denies helping provide billions of pounds of funding for palm oil producers 'bulldozing rainforest'
Xavier Rolet's comments come as the chairman of HSBC reiterates that the bank is planning to shift activities to the continent if the UK loses passporting rights
How you view the latest results depends on whether your glass is half empty or half full, but this is a bank with rather bigger issues to deal with than the latest quarterly numbers
Global bank made £4bn less than in the same period last year
The former chief executive of the London Stock Exchange showed she has what it takes while running that company. But her record isn't spotless
HSBC said sterling has become a political currency
Facial recognition technology will be used to verify the images
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
Bill Winters has got bank back in the black after making heavy losses in the second half of last year
Lloyds’ plan to close another 200 branches is just the latest chapter in the decline of face-to-face banking, but there are concerns for what this means for the most marginalised in society
The Serious Fraud Office dropped an investigation into Forex rigging in March. If the US authorites start securing convictions Britain's top fraud busting agency is going to have some serious questions to answer
“The defendants placed personal gain and profits ahead of their duties of trust and confidentiality owed to their client,” Brooklyn US attorney Robert Capers said.
Mark Johnson, global head of foreign exchange cash trading in London, was reportedly arrested on Tuesday