Governments are looking to cut down on paper cash
Who will benefit from - and capitalise - the government's newly launched bank?
Ian Hannam was fined £450,000.
Firms report a stronger outlook as the threat of the eurozone crisis seems to recede.
Business optimism is rising at its fastest rate since 2007, according to a new survey from Deloitte.
Firms express a positive outlook for the first time in a year, according to a new CBI/PwC survey.
Will the mutually owned business jettison its smaller businesses?
Chairman of troubled stock exchange stripped of title, but stays on as CEO.
The insurance provider suffers loss after "difficult year".
Government could sell up to one third of its stake in the bank.
Shares suspension lifted but concerns remain.
Strong results for fiscal Q2 2012, with net revenues of $6.8bn.
But revenue grows in a solid start to the year for the insurance consultancy group.
Financial services company remains upbeat, despite the figures.
Asian life insurance business contributed the most.
Improves profitability in both its life insurance and general insurance businesses.
Tax is not the priority.
"Growing firms also need ‘patient’ capital."
It was Labour's plan to hold a Commons vote that forced the RBS chief to give up his £1m bonus.
New data by WealthInsight shows secondary Chinese cities are rivals to Middle East in financial attr
Regulator seeks to avoid a return to risky loans.
Leading economic advisers warn of the dangers of a rise in interest rates.
To give <em>New Statesman</em> readers a horse’s-mouth preview of 2011, Alex Preston calls in a favo
UK banks are expected to pay out £7bn in bonuses this year.
New bank will have a dedicated SME unit to cater for local businesses.
F&C Asset Management complaints to mergers watchdog over stake-building by rivals.
Up to 35,000 customers have been sent somebody else's bank statement
Bank admitted to giving tax shelter advice to rich customers between 2996 and 2002.
Accounting giant being sued for allegedly falsifying the books of doomed investment bank Lehman Brot
Written-off loans will exceed the banks' £71bn safety net