THE BANK of England held interest rates again yesterday, keeping the base rate at 0.5 per cent.
Insurance firms received a slap on the wrist from the City watchdog yesterday for failing to provide proper information to [...]
Investment banks’ profitability fell again in 2014 as tighter regulation combined with sustained high costs stopped the sector [...]
Conservative MPs and senior City figures want the new government to rein back punitive taxes aimed at banks and avoid weakening [...]
High-profile MP Andrew Tyrie is facing a challenge to his position as Treasury Select Committee (TSC) chairman, City A.M. understands.
Barclays, RBS, JP Morgan and Citigroup are all expected to settle forex manipulation accusations with US regulators as soon as [...]
George Osborne is considering selling some RBS shares this year even if the taxpayer makes a loss, as he runs out of patience [...]
THE MOST hotly-contested General Election in decades prompted City workers to stay glued to their terminals last night, with [...]
DATA centre firm TelecityGroup received surprise takeover interest from US rival Equinix yesterday.
NATIONAL Australia Bank (NAB) yesterday launched the biggest rights issue ever seen on the country’s stock market, seeking [...]
DUTCH finance group ING saw its profits shoot up by more than 50 per cent on the back of the relatively healthy economies in [...]
Deutsche Bank successfully priced a main-market flotation on the London Stock Exchange yesterday, on the eve of the most uncertain [...]
An increasing number of compliance staff are paid seven-figure salaries at Standard Chartered, the bank’s bosses told shareholders [...]
The bad culture in banking is still not fixed, and more women at the top of the industry could help, International Monetary [...]