Julius Baer of Switzerland became the latest bank to start an internal probe of money transfers linked to an investigation of FIFA, world soccer’s ruling body.
HSBC risks losing U.K. corporate clients if it decides to move its headquarters out of London, a survey of its British customers found.
For the first time in more than a century, a woman is coming to a U.S.
Alexis Tsipras will travel to Russia again on Friday to meet Vladimir Putin as questions swirl over whether Moscow could extend credit lines to bail out the Greek prime minister’s embattled economy.
Walmart hid $76bn of assets in tax havens across the world, including $64.2bn managed by 22 different subsidiaries in Luxembourg, where Walmart has no stores, according to a study published on Wednesday.
Telecoms giant AT&T has been fined a record $100m for misleading consumers about the carrier’s “unlimited data” plans, plans that in fact capped data and slowed speeds by up to 90% after users topped 5GB of data in a month.
António Horta-Osório, the boss of Lloyds Banking Group, will on Thursday tell his fellow bankers to stop complaining about the wave of regulatory changes being imposed on the industry.
Sad to report.
Highest bank - Goldman (at number 9).
Independent Community Bankers of America President Camden Fine and the JPMorgan Chase CEO trade blame for "bank-on-bank violence."
A former Barclays banker pleaded guilty to offences related to Libor-rigging around 19 months ago, fraud squad prosecutors said in court today.
The European commission has blocked Three’s £10.25bn takeover of O2 on competition grounds, more than a year after the deal to form Britain’s biggest mobile phone operator was announced.