Two of the most powerful watchdogs in the US have sent investigators into the London headquarters of the giant bank Citigroup as the probe into alleged manipulation of global currency markets.
Canadian defends bonuses and derides Ed Miliband’s plan to give customers more choice by limiting market share
This week's session marked a return to combat as usual
Labour sources denied reports that Miliband will propose a 25% cap on market share, but refused to say what limit he might suggest
He resigned as head of RBS's investment bank. Now at the Bank of Cyprus, he tells Nick Kochan how the City treated him
As City veteran Sir Richard Lambert grapples with a new standards regime for the financial industry, Robert Jenkins, a former member of the BoE's banking watchdog, offers advice in an open letter
The European Commission has fined five international banks, including Royal Bank of Scotland, and a broker a record 1.7 billion euros (£1.4 billion) for rigging crucial interest rate benchmarks.
Technical failure left customers unable to use credit and debit cards for three hours while the banks’ websites and smartphone apps were also affected
The Co-operative Bank has admitted for the first time it is losing customers after a series of scandals including alleged drug-taking by former chairman Paul Flowers.
As SFO investigate, bank boss pledges to share £1m report with regulators
The authorities are motivated more by revenue-raising rather than road safety
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.
Surveyors expect the number of transactions and house prices to continue rising
HSBC provided a major boost to the Government's Help to Buy scheme when it confirmed that it would begin offering mortgages worth up to 95 per cent of property values under the initiative.
George Osborne’s £12bn scheme to help first-time buyers could backfire by creating a housing bubble and distorting the economic recovery, MPs warned the Chancellor last night.
Criminal charges could be a possibility for brokers who worked for Michael Spencer