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.
Despite Mark Zuckerberg's massive fame, many Facebook users may not know everything there is to know about the social media mogul.
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.
BP has hired the former head of MI6 as it seeks to capitalise on his top-level diplomatic experience while dealing with some of the toughest political environments around the world.
The average cost of a home in London is on course to breach the £1m level by 2030 as house building struggles to keep pace with a rapidly rising population, a leading consultancy is predicting.
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Being Mindful for Mental Health Awareness Week with the Bank Workers Charity
UBS faces the prospect of making a guilty plea that would require it, along with four other giant global banks, to seek U.S. regulators’ permission to keep managing Americans’ money.
Banker-bashing may have become something of a national sport in recent years - but what about bank-bashing?
Nomura have outlined details of its business strategy at the company’s Investor Day held in Tokyo.
Wells Fargo shareholders approved all 15 nominees to the bank's board and the pay for the company's top executives in a non-binding vote at its annual general meeting on Tuesday.