Bonus cap regulation.
As per the rules, investors’ money should only be used for trade execution and research.
Despite fines HSBC reports a good year.
Groupon CEO's farewell letter.
RBS has announced losses of over £5.1bn and bonuses of £679m, after being bailed out by the taxpayer. Through Stephen Hester's sleight of hand, we are expected to believe that this has been a “chastening year” for the bank.
Deal falls well short of London’s demands.
The state-controlled bank posts £5.17bn pre-tax loss in 2012
Lloyds continues negotiations.
Mortgage business will see major reductions.
Bad loans required a £21bn bailout at the height of the financial crisis.
Credit rating downgrade.
“Naming and shaming” exercise.
Yen and euro interbank rates looked into.
EU member states say that the disclosure rules are unworkable.
The bank must now complete its restructuring.
KPMG has little time for the Chancellor's plans to clamp down on tax avoidance.
London-listed broker "involved in conversations" over Libor.
Finmeccanica chief arrested.
Willl involve radical cull of country's financial sector.
The new Bank of England governor doesn’t start until July but he has some important decisions to make before then.
The high cost of banks' lack of transparency.
Votes through emergency legislation.
The new super-rich have no allegiance, obligation or connection to wider society. They live in a mirror-lined bubble – and a legally entitled one. Can anything beyond another crash change things?
George Osborne to ensure that stake in RBS reaches private hands.
Calls for “intellectual clarity”.