Billionaire, social network founder and, once upon a time, everyone’s unsolicited friend on Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg added two more titles to his name on Tuesday.
Royal Bank of Scotland CEO Ross McEwan said the bank probably won’t report a profit in the fourth quarter, citing weak earnings trends in the previous three-month period.
The judge who sentenced Tom Hayes to 14 years in jail for conspiracy to rig Libor interest rates blocked the defence from presenting key evidence about a banking industry that routinely flouted rules, his lawyer told an appeals court on Tuesday.
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The cuts are said likely to be across all regions and set to take place in the next two weeks.
Former Royal Bank of Scotland Plc trader Ian Drysdale’s unfair dismissal lawsuit against the bank is continuing in a London court while judges deliberate on a verdict.
As many as seven UBS traders may face sanctions from Switzerland’s financial watchdog in the coming weeks, potentially the first individuals to be punished in the global currency-rigging scandal, said two people with knowledge of the situation.
Jes Staley begins his first day as chief executive of Barclays with a loss of almost £300,000 on the shares he bought last month to show his commitment to the role.
As uncertainty from the UK's referendum on EU membership continues to plague the banking sector, Deutsche Bank's chief economist is calling for a bailout of Europe's banks.
Wall Street investors are likely approaching the coming week apprehensively, as a number of big name banks are due to report their quarterly earnings.
UK taxpayers are sitting on a huge loss on RBS stock, with the bank's share price plummeting by more than 40 per cent since the EU referendum.