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
The deal shows the strong resilience of the market despite of the uncertainty surrounding the Brexit vote
As many as one in five businesses surveyed by the Institute of Directors are considering moving some of their operations outside the UK
Mr Staley did not rule out changes to Barclays' business model in order for it to maintain access to capital markets
HSBC completed a 10-month review into whether to move its base away from London in February
'We expect lower economic growth and heightened uncertainty over the UK's future trade relationship with the EU'
Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley to miss Commons committee; Suzuki’s HQ is raided in emissions clampdown; Spanish police ask Santander for documents in HSBC tax probe
HSBC to cut 840 jobs; Philips to launch sale of shares in lighting division; Pfizer in $5.2bn deal
Customers will not need to open an app, enter a PIN or give their finger print but simply press the home button on the phone
Credit Suisse reported a loss of $311 million in the three months through March
An unexpected upturn in the cost of living won’t change historically low interest rates anytime soon
HSBC and Credit Suisse were named in the leaked documents from Panamanian law firm, Mossack Fonseca
The FCA requires banks to be confident that their customers are not using accounts to receive the proceeds of crime
Flint to step down, and his successor will also choose the new chief executive