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Ireland's preparing to become the first euro zone member to complete its bailout, also deciding to do without a precautionary credit line. Ireland's well-known abroad for its pubs, and they're also attracting international investors, who are banking
About 35,000 bankers worldwide may be affected by the EU bonus caps, which are more than 20 times the current number of people affected by the pay rules, according to the British Bankers' Association (BBA). More specific, the EU decided last February
Communities across the UK have lost more than 40% of their bank and building society branches since 1989, according to a new report. The study, by Nottingham University, found that nearly 7,500 branches closed between 1989 and 2012. However, it said
Britain's Treasury is to hand control of Libor, London's tarnished inter-bank interest rate, to the owner of the New York Stock Exchange. Euronext has been selected to take control of the offered rate, which is used to price some 200 trillion pounds
Euronext Barclays, UBS and RBS have all been implicated in the Libor scandal The owner of the New York Stock Exchange is set to take control of a key scandal-hit bank interest rate. Euronext has won the contract for setting the Libor interbank
John Lanchester on the banks' barely believable behaviour As anyone who's been there recently can testify, the blame in Spain falls mainly on the banks as it does in Ireland, in Greece, in the US, and pretty much everywhere else too. Here in the UK,
More evidence of momentum in the housing market has emerged from the latest figures from UK banks, but business lending continues to shrink. The number of mortgages approved in May for house purchases rose by 24% compared with the same month in 2012.
Executives at Britain's top banks may form a task force to respond to a report due this week from an influential committee of lawmakers examining standards within the industry, banking sources said on Wednesday...July with a remit to examine ethics
Almost two-thirds [65 per cent] of employees agree that some people in their organisations are still rewarded in a way that incentivises inappropriate behaviour.' One in five bankers said they had felt bullied or put under excessive pressure to
Sir Mervyn King told Mike Benson to try asking a Swedish bank for a loan All Mike Benson wanted for Christmas was a brand new Ford Transit for his business...Not just to the boss of his bank, but to the boss of the Bank of England, Sir Mervyn King.