Barclays was mired in fresh controversy on Wednesday night after handing almost £9m to a top banker who left following the Libor scandal and after one of its highest profile non-executive directors suddenly quit, taking the toll at the top to four.
Citigroup and Morgan Stanley hired Perella Weinberg Partners LP to settle a dispute over how much their Morgan Stanley Smith Barney joint venture is worth, people with direct knowledge of the matter said.
The British Bankers' Association was given weekly warnings in 2008 that the process of setting the Libor interest rates was being distorted.
Look who's talking.
There's very much a 'curse' in evidence now around those who picked at the carcass of Lehman Brothers following its bankruptcy in September 2008.
Deutsche Bank’s plans to boost capital by cutting risk and retaining earnings don’t go far enough to bring reserves in line with competitors, analysts at four brokerages said.
Here's a note of 12 big bank CEOs who carried the can when things went wrong at their firms and resigned. Some went of their own accord, others were pushed.
Barclays has privately distanced itself from its bankers' donations to Mitt Romney, the US Republican presidential candidate, after its executives were accused in parliament of fundraising for political candidates instead of working to rebuild the public's trust in the wake of the Libor-setting scandal.
US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner said he was investigating whether the US government had lost out as a result of the Libor scandal as politicians grilled him over the growing scandal.
Nomura missed its goal of returning to profit outside Japan last fiscal year, people with knowledge of the matter said.
More potentially bad news for those hoping Gatwick would turn out to be the new Dallas.
Ford Motor delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that fell short of analysts' expectations on Tuesday.