Review considers reform of sanctions, but consideration must be given to upcoming markets abuse directive.
Incoming chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority Martin Wheatley has outlined the challenge of reforming Libor with at least $300...
Tracey McDermott, acting director of the FSA’s enforcement and financial crime division, has been confirmed in the role.
The Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards has issued a call for written evidence as part of its review into financial services.
The Treasury has asked Martin Wheatley, incoming chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority, to consider criminal and civil sanctions for...
The European Commission is pushing for an amendment in proposals for regulation of insider dealing and market manipulation to make Libor fixing...
Analysis & Opinion
The scandal of Libor fixing begs the question of whether banks are looking after the clients or themselves
The derivatives market could be open to manipulation by dealers, particularly with over-the-counter products such as unregulated contracts for...
Chairman of Parliamentary Commission says evidence is needed to gauge scale of problem and identify likely remedies.
Funds with heavy exposure to the banking sector are sitting “uncomfortably” with Alan Thein, co-manager of Legal & General’s multi-manager fund range.
Investors should take the emotion out of their decisions when it comes to investing in UK banks, Kevin Murphy has said.
Tory MP Mark Garnier has vowed to use his seat on the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards to assess why lenders have moved from being a...