A top Bank of England official has called for policy intervention to crack down on 'financial arms races' in the City.
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It might get ugly.
It's all about sharing the risk.
Two more 'victories' for UBS, and a victory for commonsense too.
Man is heading the FTSE 100 risers as bid hopes return after its recent poor performance.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a Boston-based father-son duo of hedge fund managers and their firms with securities fraud for misleading investors about their investment strategy and past performance.
More Goldman Sex.
It's a question that just ain't going away.
Barclays is braced for a bruising encounter with shareholders at Friday's annual meeting when protests are expected to be lodged against the bank's pay policies after another major investment group recommended voting against the £17m handed to chief executive Bob Diamond.
'It is looking more like a possible option'.
JPMorgan’s $13bn fraud settlement with the U.S. can’t be blocked by a watchdog group because it couldn’t prove it was harmed by the deal.
Credit Suisse CEO Brady Dougan’s compensation fell in 2014 as the bank paid a record fine for helping Americans evade taxes.