The senior management of the UK arm of the collapsed Iceland bank Kaupthing could start to run a bank again in 16 months time, once a ban imposed by the Financial Services Authority runs out.
What a picture! What a tackle!
A former SMBC Nikko Securities executive was arrested Monday, becoming the first banker from a major Japanese brokerage to be detained for suspected insider trading since 2008.
Royal Bank of Scotland is continuing to keep thousands of branches open for longer in an effort to contain the fallout of its ongoing computer crisis, which analysts said would cost the bailed-out bank tens of millions of pounds.
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In a relationship, indifference is the most corrosive emotion. When there is so little to build on, divorce or misery are the only outcomes. For Greece, understanding that the German government is now entirely indifferent to its fate should be key to its decision-making.
Billionaire investor George Soros spoke to Bloomberg TV’s Francine Lacqua, calling on Europe to start a fund to buy Italian and Spanish bonds.
Cyprus has become the fifth eurozone country to seek outside financial help to shore up its ailing economy after a day of heavy selling on financial markets prompted by fear that this week's European summit will end without a blueprint to rescue the single currency.
No one is buying Wall Street double-speak anymore. Or at least this judge ain't.
Barclays pleaded guilty to a U.S. criminal charge and was fined $2.4bn by U.S. and British authorities on Wednesday for manipulating foreign exchange rates.
Royal Bank of Scotland said it would take into account the $669m paid in fines to U.S. authorities following misconduct in its foreign exchange business when making future pay decisions for its staff.
UBS won immunity from criminal fraud charges in a Justice Department investigation into misconduct in the trading of precious metals.