Forty Deutsche Bank employees from an office in the town of Schkeuditz, east Germany, are undergoing health checks after a letter containing a white powder was found at their building, local German police said on Friday.
Standard Chartered is facing another potential headache.
Here's the Thomson Reuters Global Debt, Equity and Equity-related league table for the first 9 months of 2012.
Proposals to overhaul Libor, including enhanced powers for U.K. regulators to prosecute rate rigging, may be enacted early next year in a bid to revive confidence in the scandal-ridden benchmark and banking industry.
Singer Capital Markets Limited and N+1 Brewin LLP have announced that the merger of their two businesses under the name of N+1 Singer Capital Markets Limited has now been completed.
Ed Miliband has indicated that a threat by banks to move abroad would not deter him from breaking them up if they did not agree to revolutionise their operations and put ordinary customers first.
A Swiss-based hedge fund manager has been handed a £900,000 fine by the Financial Services Authority for manipulating the share prices of companies with the intention of boosting the value of his fund.
The UK has come a step nearer losing its AAA credit rating after one of the big three ratings agencies warned that rising debts and slowing growth jeopardised its status as a safe haven for investors.
Almost without noticing it, our world crossed a significant threshold last week.
Here's the 5:
Citigroup, the world’s largest currency dealer, closed a program that provided leverage to some foreign-exchange clients without putting them through an extensive credit check.
Greece’s embattled finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, stepped up his war of words with eurozone policymakers on Thursday, saying he wished his country still had the drachma, and would not sign up to any bailout plan that would send his country into a “death spiral”.
An £11.5m pay packet for the chief executive of Lloyds Banking Group was waved through by shareholders in the bailed-out bank at an annual meeting punctuated by outbursts from disgruntled customers and concern over the £12bn cost of the PPI scandal.