RBS losses have doubled on the same period in 2015
We, as individuals ended up in financial trouble because we had no idea that the financial system could break. Next time it has to be different.
RBS used Harry Potter films to 'make £1bn in tax breaks'; EDF extends life of UK nuclear plants; Anglo American full-year loss doubles as revenue slumps on lower commodity prices
Today’s agreed payouts were $384 million from Barclays, $285 million from HSBC, $255 million from Royal Bank of Scotland
The bank is launching a £3-a-month rewards current account on 12 October that will pay 3 per cent on household bills. Meanwhile, Graham & Brown is offering 20 per cent off all its wallpaper
NatWest, owned by Royal Bank of Scotland, said it granted 233 mortgages of more than £1 million in 2014, and so far this year has issued another 207
Maybe young people in the West just aren't that angry any more
I cannot understand why the great British public are not apoplectic about these egregious, socially divisive rewards
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
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).
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.