Santander employees from across the UK joined thousands of other cyclists last weekend to take part in the British Heart Foundation (BHF) London to Brighton Bike Ride, which the bank supported.
If you repeat it often enough, one day it's bound to come true.
A wealthy hedge-fund boss is suing his poker-pro ex-wife for a reason that would be like a stiletto to the heart of any pump-crazy New York gal — her shoe collection.
An accused man who had been granted bail had to spend the weekend in a remand cell because of the RBS computer fiasco, it emerged on Tuesday.
Sir Mervyn King, governor of the Bank of England, called for a full review into what caused the computer meltdown at Royal Bank of Scotland, as the bailed-out bank admitted a "few specific sets of transactions" continue to be trapped in its computer system.
The senior management of the UK arm of the collapsed Iceland bank Kaupthing could start to run a bank again in 16 months time, once a ban imposed by the Financial Services Authority runs out.
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A former SMBC Nikko Securities executive was arrested Monday, becoming the first banker from a major Japanese brokerage to be detained for suspected insider trading since 2008.
Royal Bank of Scotland is continuing to keep thousands of branches open for longer in an effort to contain the fallout of its ongoing computer crisis, which analysts said would cost the bailed-out bank tens of millions of pounds.
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A Manhattan judge on Tuesday denied a move by Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance to use an expert witness against former Goldman Sachs computer programmer Sergey Aleynikov.
Bank of America posted a profit, swinging from a surprise loss a year earlier when it took a charge of $6 billion for litigation expenses.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined The Bank of New York Mellon London Branch (BNYMLB) and The Bank of New York Mellon International Limited (BNYMIL) (together ‘the Firms’) £126m for failing to comply with the FCA Client Assets Sourcebook (Custody Rules, or CASS), which applies to safe custody assets and to client money.