Banks paid £34.2bn in taxes in the year ending March 2016, BBA says.
Government needs to think creatively on addressing growing housing crisis, construction industry says.
Some 43 high net worth individuals placed under review by government task force.
This is a big improvement over the £105m loss it reported in the last fiscal year.
Just a third of the money raised by last year's Tower of London display went to charity.
The Dublin-based subsidiary said the low taxes were because its taxable profits were just €341m.
Richard Crook, head of Innovation Engineering at RBS talks about a cross border payment system using distributed ledger technology.
UK based ComplyAdvantage, which uses data analysis and machine learning, is at the forefront of 'RegTech'.
Regulators are 'acutely aware' of the need to monitor for financial innovation.
In an uncertain macroeconomic environment, investing legend Warren Buffett's trading strategy still rings true.
The bank's operating income stood at $3.47bn, marginally lower than what it achieved in the same period last year.
Governor of country's central bank opts to stay on a governor until negotiations with EU ends.
WPP's results show the company had benefited from the post-Brexit softening of the pound.
Non-EU banks based in London could move to the EU if Britain leaves single market.
Sustainable businesses are well worth considering given they are now credible and profitable undertakings.
Terms of the Libor litigation settlement between Barclays and UBS and the bondholders were not revealed.
Around 750 homes – some dating back to the 17th century – would be bulldozed.
Firm to close sharing economy bond even though a tribunal ruling could shake up employment rights in the sector.
Ratings agency Fitch says Saudi and Qatari banks are better placed than Gulf Cooperation Council peers to cope with a possible oil price shock.
If swap rates continue to rise and mortgage providers decide to pass on the increase, then housing finance will tighten.