Three small firms that believe they were under-compensated by big banks over interest rate swaps mis-selling are battling for the right to sue in the Court of Appeal Tuesday.
Republican lawmakers who want to rein in Wall Street’s watchdogs aren’t waiting around for Donald Trump.
A holiday resort owner from Cornwall said on Friday he would receive £1.5m in compensation from Barclays for a mis-sold interest rate swap.
Goldman Sachs will have another two years to separate derivatives trading from units that get federal backing, according to a letter to the bank posted on the Federal Reserve website.
Banks are offering recruits up to £900 a day ($1,422) to work on interest rate swap mis-selling claims.