Labour sources denied reports that Miliband will propose a 25% cap on market share, but refused to say what limit he might suggest
A debt charity has warned its future is in doubt after the Royal Bank of Scotland used stalling tactics to avoid sorting out a major mis-selling claim.
The scandals continued, but the main message the City took home from 2013 was that the good times are back
Lawrence Tomlinson, author of the inquiry which cited evidence that RBS had deliberately destroyed companies to make a profit, said on Thursday he has received another 450 cases since his report was published at the end of November. Mr Tomlinson, entrepreneur in residence at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, added that many of the new cases also related to RBS and its Global Restructuring Group (GRG).
Technical failure left customers unable to use credit and debit cards for three hours while the banks’ websites and smartphone apps were also affected
Awards, sponsored by The IoS, were presented to winners last week
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) was “extremely careless” when it lent $2.7bn (£1.7bn) to Formula One motor racing in 2006, the co-chairman of the private-equity firm CVC has told a London court.
Investigation ordered into commercial lending as HMRC reviews GRG file
George Osborne has asked the Bank of England to review whether it needs extra powers to set and oversee the amount of capital commercial lenders must hold relative to their total assets.
RBS’s effect on firms ‘made me sick’, says Lawrence Tomlinson in report to the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills
Bank faces FCA inquiry over allegations of 'unscrupulous' treatment of small businesses
We need a full inquiry into the goings-on at the Co-op Bank
Criminal charges could be a possibility for brokers who worked for Michael Spencer
Traders' emails reveal shocking conspiracy at Icap, the financial company owned by former Conservative treasurer and prominent party donor Michael Spencer - now bankers face 30 years in jail
Government has sold a 6% share in Lloyds Banking Group
Fred Goodwin was a corporate ‘psychopath’ who worried about minutiae as his bank lost control, a new book claims