A US investor is suing Barclays alongside its current and former bosses over losses suffered in relation to its dark pool.
The Edinburgh-based firm has dimissed reports it is looking to buy a London base as the Scottish independence vote looms.
How to navigate the challenges and opportunities being thrown up in the financial services sector.
The London Gold Fixing Ltd has set up a new supervisory to oversee the pricing of the precious metal following a series of regulatory probes into price-rigging.
Lloyds Banking group has been hit with a combined fine of £217.4 million by the UK and US regulators for its role in the Libor manipulation scandal.
A tribunal has dismissed an appeal by a former hedge fund boss against a £2.7 million fine for deliberately misrepresenting his fund’s value.
The Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority plan to increase the clawback period for bankers’ bonuses to up to 10 years and extend the deferral of remuneration by a minimum seven years for senior managers.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued a further warning to consumers about the risks of investing in corporate bond funds.
Ian Hannam has lost his two-year battle against a £450,000 fine imposed by the FCA for market abuse.
The financial watchdog has found significant failings in Sipp firms' due diligence procedures.
FCA chief Martin Wheatley has warned the banking sector to prepare for further action.
Experts from leading firms discuss what they think will be the outcome of the advice consultation.
Brewin Dolphin has told clients north of the border that it is committed to its Scottish offices despite ‘palpable’ uncertainty around the impact of a potential ‘Yes’ vote in the independence referendum.
At the end of last month KPMG suggested we are entering a golden age as regulatory confusion clears. We ask four wealth managers what they think.
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