The New York Attorney General’s office is taking aim at its next target in its year-long inquiry into high-frequency trading abuses through lightly regulated stock markets known as 'dark pools'.
Royal Bank of Scotland is in talks for a management buyout of its Indian private banking operations.
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The jury in the trial of Tom Hayes, the former UBS and Citigroup trader charged with manipulating global Libor interest rates, has retired to digest nine weeks of evidence.
Bank of America General Counsel Gary Lynch, who was named vice chairman this week as part of a broad management shake-up, will step down as the company’s chief lawyer after a replacement is found.
Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank and ABN Amro itself were named global coordinators for the nationalised bank’s planned initial public offering.
From Franklin Templeton Investments to BNP Paribas, global financial firms that once pushed to expand in Russia are pulling out as prolonged sanctions deepen the country’s first recession since 2009.
In search of scandal and the high life, things didn't quite work out the way this intern planned.
German banking regulator Bafin cleared former Deutsche Bank co-CEO Anshu Jain of misleading the Bundesbank about his knowledge of the company’s role in attempts to manipulate benchmark interest rates.
Berkshire Hathaway has applied to the Federal Reserve to expand its Wells Fargo holding beyond 10 percent.
Fines imposed by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the first half of 2016 have fallen to £7.2m – less than 1% of the figure of a year before.
Mark Carney will this week spell out the financial risks sparked by the vote for Brexit in remarks that will be closely watched for any measures to help banks free up capital and keep loans flowing to businesses and households.