After a strategy meeting with major US companies CEOs President Donald Trump said he is working to reduce regulations and revamp the Dodd-Frank law.
British financial regulators are investigating Barclays Chief Executive Jes Staley and the bank over attempts to identify a whistleblower employee.
Shares of Germany's biggest banks fell sharply in value after it announced details of the sale of new shares needed to increase its capital reserves.
2016 has been quite the rollercoaster year for European banks, with elections, regulations and other surprises making investors nervous.
The reputation of international banking is under scrutiny once again over another scandal, this time in the foreign currency trading sector. Global
The economics editor for Britain’s Channel 4 News has spoken openly of his outrage at the latest scandal to rock the world’s top banks. Reacting to
Deutsche Bank has reported a net loss in the third quarter. The 92 million euro loss by Germany’s top lender was because it has had to put aside
Citgroup Inc has agreed to pay $7bn to resolve a US government investigation into inadequate mortgage-backed securities the bank sold in the run-up
After a financial crisis that many blame on the highly paid high-flyers of the banking world, politicians are responding to public anger by cracking
Britain’s top financial watchdog says it will fix the Libor rate setting system rather than scrap it. Libor was hit by scandal when it was
Europe’s top regulatory official is set to propose new rules that would criminalise the manipulation of benchmarks such as Libor. Michel Barnier
Arnaud from Brussels asks: “My question for European officials is: how far are we going to let rating agencies dictate how European stock markets are
The discussions on the financial transaction tax dominated the beginning of the week – and is likely to divide Europe: Some countries like France
The idea of taxing financial transactions has resurfaced with both Paris and Berlin agreeing such a levy in the EU should be imposed. France, in
Britain is once again on a collision course with its EU partners France and Germany. This time it is the prospect of a European-wide financial