Deutsche Bank said first-quarter profit declined less than expected as trading revenue exceeded analysts’ estimates.
Bank of America's botched dividend boost was a "disgrace" and raised questions over whether the bank has become "too big to run," CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday, moments after news broke that the massive bank halted a planned 4 cent dividend increase.
One of the City's biggest fund managers has warned that the government's decision to block Royal Bank of Scotland's bonus plans would put the bank at a competitive disadvantage.
The Bank of England is preparing to order eight of the UK's biggest banks and building societies to ensure they are strong enough to withstand sharp drops in house prices and sudden rises in interest rates.
Infamous computer hacker Andrew Auernheimer has now set his sights on Wall Street, opening a hedge fund that will short companies vulnerable to security breaches.
Boris sees it as a good opportunity but be wary of squatters
It's an embarrassment.
Royal Bank of Scotland is planning to make a fresh attempt to follow Britain’s other high street banks and introduce an incentive-based allowance for key employees to compensate them for the loss of bonuses.
A former bank examiner with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York lost a lawsuit against her former employer after a federal judge ruled on Wednesday that she had not shown that she was fired over refusing to change certain findings about Goldman Sachs.
A scheme in which client cash funded a lavish lifestyle of cars, horses and expensive collector teddy bears.
The new case said to recount a series of murders in 2010 and 2011 in horrific detail.
European banks face potential loan losses from energy firms of $27bn, or about 6% of their pretax profit over three years, according to analysts at Bank of America.
A conman posing as a millionaire London trader who defrauded a Dutch shipping company of $113m was sentenced to 14 years in prison by a U.K. court.