More jobs are going around the edges.
Standard Chartered was sued by victims of the 1983 Iran-sponsored terrorist bombing of U.S. Marine barracks in Lebanon over allegations the bank conspired with Iran to hide assets and evade a $2.7bn default judgment.
We've again called on the services of Ivana Takitall, whose latest book 'Football Fans & Female Fun' is now on general release. Ivana has agreed to rate all 20 Premier League clubs in terms of how likely their fans are to provide single females with their 'perfect partners'.
We've called in the services of Ivana Takitall, author of the best-selling 'Bankers, Bonuses & Big Divorce Settlements', who has agreed to rate 12 top financial markets firms in terms of how likely they are to provide single females with their perfect partner.
Banks are turning over thousands of employee names to U.S. authorities as they seek leniency for their alleged role in helping American clients evade taxes, according to lawyers representing banking staff.
Fresh speculation that banks could face action from the US authorities for manipulating Libor is swirling after reports that several banks are being required to co-operate with the New York regulators.
A criminal investigation into the collapse of the brokerage firm MF Global and the disappearance of about $1 billion in customer money is now heading into its final stage without charges expected against any top executives.
Here he goes again.
The unusual array of assets that Lloyds Banking Group acquired when HBOS was rescued during the banking crisis was highlighted on Wednesday when the bailed-out bank sold off 71 private equity related investments for £1bn.
A Deutsche Bank executive said he will sue the Los Angeles Police Department and the city for $100m, claiming he was held captive in a motel room by police officers who then beat him to a pulp.
Rail giant BNSF Railway was Berkshire Hathaway's biggest purchase ever in 2010 at $34 billion, and is currently the largest entity in its portfolio to date. So is there a lot of pressure to perform when you're reporting to Warren Buffett himself ?
Deutsche Bank has named Dixit Joshi global head of prime finance, replacing Murray Roos, who was hired by Citigroup, according to a person with knowledge of the moves.
More than seven years after the global financial collapse, regulators and investors are still working through an epic pile of lawsuits and other civil actions, collecting settlements, fines and other penalties for a long list of wrongdoing.