Paul Tucker is to leave his role as deputy governor of the Bank of England

Paul Tucker to quit as deputy governor of the Bank of England

Paul Tucker, the deputy governor of the Bank of England has announced that he is to quit his role after 33 years working for the central bank.

The Libor system may be moved to Paris

EU wants to move Libor supervision to ESMA from UK

The European Union is attempting to move the supervision of the Libor interbank lending rate from the UK to ESMA in Paris.

BP is one company being investigated by the European Commission

Oil price fixing investigation extends to trading houses

A number of firms and trading houses are being investigated by the European Commission as it investigates possible fraud in the setting of benchmark oil rates.

RBS is preparing to return to the private sector

RBS taxpayer share sale could start within a year

The Chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland Sir Philip Hampton says he can't guarantee there are no more "skeletons in the cupboard" and further job losses are possible as the company continues restructuring.

Bob Diamond claims he did not know how Libor worked

Bob Diamond says King did not have authority to force him out

Bob Diamond, in is first major interview since he was forced to resign from Barclays over Libor, says he was not in banking for the money and he underestimated the depth of anger against bankers.

Barclays profits fell by 25% in the first quarter of 2013

Barclays profit slump tempered by investment bank performance

Barclays has seen profits drop by 25 per cent in the first quarter of 2013, down to £1.8 billion as it incurs extra restructuring costs as it tries to change its culture.

Bank profits fell due to fines and compensation payments

"Big five" UK banks pay 771 staff £1m as profits wiped out

A new report from KPMG says the "big five" UK banks have improved core performance but profits have been wiped out by the "cost of past mistakes".

Barclays is accused of trying to bury bad news on budget day

Barclays tries to hide £40m banker bonuses on budget day

Barclays released news of £40 million worth of bonuses to top executives on budget day and is now facing criticism that it tried to hide the news.

Bob Diamond: Still being paid by Barclays

Barclays and RBS pay 523 staff over £1m despite Libor fines

Barclays and RBS have paid 523 staff more than £1 million in 2012 despite being found guilty of the rigging of Libor and receiving combined fine of nearly £700m.

Barclays boss Antony Jenkins outlined plans to shareholders

Barclays boss outlines strategic vision of streamlined bank

Barclays boss Antony Jenkins has told shareholders how he sees the bank changing to cater for the new demands of customers on a banking sector that will be more automated.

Adair Turner: Admits the regulator was slow to respond to Libor concerns

FSA admits not responding "rapidly" enough to Libor clues

In an internal audit report the Financial Services Authority has admitted that it was slow to respond to clear signals that the Libor system was not working properly.

Stephen Hester says RBS is making "good progress"

RBS unveils 2012 losses of £5.2 billion

The Royal Bank of Scotland made an operating profit of £3.4bn but there follows a litany of severe banking errors that RBS has had to pay for in 2012, ending in a £5.2bn loss.

The FSA publish the findings of its internal review into Libor shortly

Libor still not "fraud-free", says US regulator

The Chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) said today that the way the Libor interbank lending rate is set is still not working correctly.

Barclays announces its financial results on Tuesday

Barclays chief wields axe and signals end to global expansion

Barclays is to reduce the size of its investment bank as new chief executive Antony Jenkins wields the axe and cuts failing parts of the business.

A new document aims to help reduce banking scandals

CIIA issues new auditor rules to reduce City scandals

The Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors has published a new consultation document that aims to improve the ability of auditors to do their job effectively and reduce banking scandals.

Stephen Hester will answer questions from MPs today

RBS bosses Hester and Hampton testify to MPs on Libor and pay

Sir Philip Hampton and Stephen Hester are to appear before MPs at the banking standards commission today as new questions are raised about Hester's 2013 bonus.

Vince Cable believed RBS should be fully nationalised

RBS agrees £391m Libor settlement

The Royal Bank of Scotland has agreed a £391 million settlement with US and Uk regulators over the manipulation of the Libor interbank lending rate.

RBS may reclaim an element of staff bonuses to help pay its Libor fine

Osborne insists RBS bankers must pay for US Libor fine

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is considering clawing back a proportion of bonuses paid to many top executives to help pay the Libor fine it is likely to receive.

Barclays boss Antony Jenkins has waived his bonus for 2012

Barclays boss Jenkins waives bonus amid new Qatari claims

The Chief Executive of Barclays, Antony Jenkins has waived his bonus for 2012 saying that he does not want "unnecessary public debate" on the subject.

Barclays are considering paying new boss Antony Jenkins a £1m bonus

Barclays boss Jenkins in line for £1m bonus

As the UK banker bonus season kicks off Barclays are courting controversy by considering awarding new chief executive Antony Jenkins a £1 million bonus.

Former Barclays chief executive Bob Diamond

Court denies Barclays anonymity request over Libor case

High profile names at Barclays including former chief executive Bob Diamond have been denied anonymity at a forthcoming trial over the mis-selling of interest swap rates linked to Libor.

RBS is expected to receive a £500 million fine

Anger as taxpayers likely to cover RBS £500m Libor fine

The UK taxpayer is likely to have to pay the estimated £500 million fine that RBS will receive for its role in the manipulation of the Libor interbank lending rate.

Hector Sants has been appointed as head of compliance at Barclays

Hector Sants appointed as Barclays head of compliance

Hector Sants the former chief executive of the Financial Services Authority has been appointed head of compliance at Barclays as the bank tries to restore its reputation.

Allegations have been made that energy firms manipulated the wholesale cost of gas

Second "whistleblower" claims gas market prices manipulated

A second whistleblower has alleged that in September some of the "big six" energy suppliers manipulated the price of wholesale gas in a similar way to how Libor was fixed.

Stephen Hester says RBS is making "excellent progress"

RBS prepares to "dance to the tune of regulators" over Libor

The Royal Bank of Scotland is preparing for talks with regulators to settle Libor claims as it announces a £1.26 billion pre-tax loss for the third quarter.

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