The bank's chairman will step down to take up the post in the coalition government.
Chris Wicarson claims MPs have been sending hundreds of suspiciously similar letters to Equitable Li
The American, dubbed 'Britain's highest-paid banker', will take over from John Varley in March.
Directors ask Treasury to reverse coalition government's "disgraceful" renege on full compensation p
Sandra Venetis and three of her firms charged selling phony promissory notes.
Bailed-out bank to scrap more IT and back-office roles across the UK.
The jobs are being cut from their IT and support service departments.
The company faces $25,000 in financial penalties.
Nomura has appointed new personel in an attempt to develop leadership within the company and provide
The new research platform brings together a range of talent and experience from across the industry
British households are suffering from the biggest debt burden in the Group of Severn advanced countr
CEO Rick Waugh said that the strong results were achieved through "prudent risk and capital manageme
Critics claim the unexpected "discretionary leadership awards" are an attempt to avoid tax.
The Volker Rule, signed into law by President Obama in the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consume
The central bank's bid to bring down the currency's value through quantative easing measures have le
The financial software company has brought out ImpactEdge, software designed handle large data volum
HQ Bank will no longer conduct banking or any securities business and may be liquidated by the Swedi
The Australian bank has introduced a free, single use code sent to the customer's mobile to verify o
Schwab will acquire WIM's $3.9bn portfolio.
The new program will help banks bypass Regulation E, which protects consumers from unfair bank charg
NYSE Liffe's customers in Hong Kong will get direct and faster access to trading on the London marke
The Dutch financial services firm has agreed to sell its stake in ING Summit, in a deal that values
The Canadian bank posted a C$290m fall in net income, taking its net income down to C$1.27bn
FSA reveal that Zurich UK "let its customers down badly" when info was lost in transit from South Af
Luscan managing director "delighted to play key role in project" following Goldman's extensive marke
Higher premiums to be paid by Slovenian banks for state loans in order to discourage future states d
UK bank negotiating with Anglo-South African insurance company Old Mutual for 70 per cent stake in N
Little opportunity for scalable future growth cited as reason for December 2010 close of Bank of Sco
US regulatory authority forces bank to pay for mis-handling of consumer interests
Merrill Lynch fined half a million dollars for failing to provide sales charge discounts