Deloitte partner Daniel Pirron's body was discovered in Trumbull, Connecticut last Monday, next to a rented SUV with out-of-state plates. There was a single gunshot wound to his right temple, according to police. Pirron's family believe that his death is linked to the Standard Chartered money-laundering scandal.
MPs have attacked the former Barclays boss Bob Diamond for being "highly selective" in the evidence he gave to their emergency hearings on rigging key Libor interest rates, in the first comprehensive report on the way bankers and regulators handled the scandal.
The influence that Bank of England governor Sir Mervyn King had in forcing out Bob Diamond as chief executive of Barclays illustrates the need for tougher oversight of the central bank, a powerful committee of MPs concludes in a report on the Libor-rigging scandal.
The Treasury Select Committee has published its report into LIBOR following its inquiry into the Final Notice issued by the Financial Services Authority with respect to Barclays on 27 June, 2012.
Richard Desmond is suing Credit Suisse claiming the investment bank mis-sold him a £50m derivatives product that was 'incomprehensible' and risky.
Monday marks a significant anniversary in recent economic history for it was on this day in 1982 that Mexico announced a moratorium on its international debts. The default marked the start of what became known as the third world debt crisis.
A jailed banker, a little black book and 2012 bonus news (what more could you ask for!).
CDR Financial Products took payments from UBS’s municipal derivatives group for work CDR never performed 10 to 15 times in return for rigging municipal bond bids, a former CDR senior vice president told jurors in Manhattan federal court Thursday.
By Bloomberg columnist Jonathan Weil
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced fraud charges against a former college football coach who teamed with an Ohio man to conduct an $80m Ponzi scheme that included other college coaches and former players among its victims.
China's third interest rate cut in six months has spurred concerns the mainland's economic slowdown is hitting where it hurts: the labor market.
The Bank of England returns to the spotlight this week when it unveils its latest economic forecasts against the backdrop of record low inflation and the prospect of deep government spending cuts.
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