Barclays has set aside £500m to cover the costs "relating to ongoing investigations" into currency trading.
National Australia Bank have announced that they are considering floating their UK operations on the stock market as part of their exit strategy from the UK.
The European Commission’s review of the shareholders rights directive is a good step forward, but, if not amended and improved upon by the European Parliament, will fail to fix the high barriers to shareholder engagement in EU listed companies.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is to launch a criminal investigation into the accounting errors at Tesco.
Interest rates can stay low for longer than first thought, according to the deputy governor of the Bank of England.
Professional services firm KPMG has welcomed the results of the European Central Bank’s (ECB) Comprehensive Assessment, but has warned of fundamental challenges ahead facing Europe’s banks.
There was further bad news for Lloyds Banking Group today (Tuesday) as they confirmed that there will be up to 9,000 jobs cut as they close 150 branches over the coming three years.
Standard Chartered has reported a 16% fall in profits for the third quarter after restructuring its South Korean business and bad loans.
UK quoted companies issued 69 profit warnings in Q3 2014, the highest third quarter total since 2008 and 13 more than the same quarter of 2013, according to EY’s latest Profit Warnings report.
The Co-operative Bank has appointed Dennis Holt as its new permanent chairman.