Looks like being.....
The Wall Street Journal reports that an asset-management firm which has been ordered to halt operations after allegedly losing up to $2.3bn of client funds was flagged up as a possible 'Japanese Madoff' in 2009.
The Daily Telegraph has reported that the UK's Treasury Select Committee is investigating whether the Government's 'interference' on pay and bonuses at state-run banks (namely Royal Bank of Scotland) is actually damaging the future prospects of the firms.
The New York Post reports that Credit Agricole Securities bank analyst Mike Mayo has been having another pop at Citi.
In case you missed them, here's last week's top stories.
The Observer interviews former UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling
UBS France bullied a former worker who said she had refused to destroy documents that might have been of interest to tax evasion investigators, a Paris labour tribunal ruled on Thursday.
The Long Island estate of Peter B. Madoff, the younger brother of Bernard L. Madoff, has been sold for several million dollars less than its original asking price, after years of efforts to find a buyer.
Deutsche Bank does not need to change its universal banking model dramatically, but faces pressure to cut costs like the rest of the banking sector, Co-CEO Juergen Fitschen said on Thursday.