The bank could be in legal trouble over tax evasion, after an ex-employee stole the details of about
Scathing report into the bank's collapse criticises bosses, auditor Ernst & Young, and other Wall St
The City watchdog Financial Services Authority (FSA) has introduced a new and tougher stress testing
Banking fraud has moved from traditional card fraud to online banking raids, a new study suggests.
Eurex has admitted GF Futures (Hong Kong) as a trading member, the first broker headquartered in the
ABN Amro plans to complete the merger of its retail operations with its national counterpart Fortis
Apollo Management's bid triples the value of Citi Property Investors' property assets.
The London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) has sold 9 per cent of its stake in the holding company for t
A group of associated payment service providers, 21 major banks and clearing houses have formed Inte
CGAP, Deutsche Bank, Grameen-Jameel and Islamic Development Bank have joined forces.
Icelanders vote overwhelmingly against repayment of loans to Britain and the Netherlands.
Spanish banking giant Santander emerges as top contender to acquire RBS.
Matalan founder John Hargreaves plans to give himself a special £250m dividend as part of a refinanc
Royal Dutch Shell and PetroChina have made a joint bid of at least US $3bn (£1.97bn) for Arrow Energ
IFC to aid SMEs in Africa.
AIG to sell the remaining 9,192,662 million shares of common stock of Transatlantic Holdings, owned
The vote is this Saturday on a referendum called by Iceland's president to decide the fate of a £3.4
Chief executive maintains there is no need to respond to Prudential.
"The confidence of savers and investors has been badly shaken by the events of the past two years."
Interest rates will be kept at record low as economic uncertainty continues.
UK-based Standard Chartered reports record profits for 2009, showing a 13 per cent rise in pretax pr
The bank's annual report lists public outrage alongside economic conditions as a risk to prosperity.
Members of a group called the “Red Knights” –- made up of wealthy and influential Manchester United
Shares in Prudential fell 12 per cent after the insurance group said it will buy the Asian unit of A
HSBC has appointed William Ross as co-head of Islamic finance, global markets, with immediate effect.
British insurance major Prudential is in advanced talks to buy the Asian arm of American Internation
Mercer Insurance Group has reported revenues of $39.31m for the fourth quarter of 2009, an increase
In a move which could offer a rare window of opportunity to enter into Turkey's resilient banking se
Ebdaa Bank and Tamkeen, a semi-autonomous authority which develops strategic and operational plans t
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and Intesa Sanpaolo Group have joined forces