Ross McEwan, CEO of the Royal Bank of Scotland, is to be called to a crunch meeting with the Bank of England over the state-backed bank’s capital position.
The Financial Conduct Authority has published details of warning notices against two bankers over the rigging of the Libor interbank lending rate.
London is at risk of a housing bubble - with average house prices more than three times higher than in Northern Ireland or the north east by 2018 - but the rest of the U.K. looks set to escape wild gyrations in the property market, according to a report by consultancy EY.
Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen has instructed staff to refer to her as "chair" rather than "chairwoman", the Washington Post reported on Monday.
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Barclays has appointed Mike Roemer as Group Head of Compliance.
The words "I really like most people I meet" flash on to my screen, as the computer asks me how strongly I might agree or disagree with that statement.
A New York state judge on Friday approved most of Bank of America's $8.5 billion settlement with investors in mortgage securities, which would resolve much of the bank's liability from its acquisition of Countrywide Financial during the financial crisis.
The boss of Lloyds Banking Group will this week embark upon his own attempt to repair the reputation of Britain's battered banks by pledging to lend more to households and small businesses as well bolstering the number of women at senior level.
The Federal Reserve has said it’s setting tougher standards for examiners of the biggest U.S. banks, following criticism by lawmakers that the agency has been captured by the Wall Street firms it supervises.
Four senior executives from the Belfast office of accountancy firm KPMG have been arrested in Belfast on alleged tax evasion charges.
Business leaders have been left reeling after George Osborne announced a £11.6bn “payroll tax” and removed hundreds of millions of pounds of support.