Tories pledge to give more power to regulators to block takeovers that threaten pension schemes.
Central bank maintains eurozone status quo on interest rate, as its president says 'downside risks have diminished'
UCL's Professor Philip Treleaven wants to break new ground in UK 'regtech'.
The central bank said the aim of the new UK Money Markets Code is to bring integrity to City trading.
Panel comprised: Mike Laven of Currency Cloud, Richard Martin of Barclays, Damian Richardson of RBS, and Mark Buitenhek, ING.
Labour MP Wes Streeting described Tory as a 'true parliamentarian and public servant'.
The oil giant repeatedly attempted to have Secretary of State Rex Tillerson waive sanctions.
What old-fashioned greed and idiocy of one 'Sergei W' tells us about the bombing of a football team's bus.
Jumio currently does some 110,000 verifications a day and counts Airbnb among its clients.
Australian bank to fork up £2.3bn for government-owned entity aimed at funding renewable energy and low carbon projects.
Event will explore work at UCL that seeks to put an intelligent front-end on the FCA Handbook.
Liquor magnate and boss of Sahara Force India Formula 1 team refused to leave UK to answer pending claims in India.
S&P Global Ratings says banks could benefit as US and EU authorities pull back from stringent regulations.
Bank warns it will closely monitor the level of cyber and operational risks the new technology faces.
A generation ago a suit a tie was the only office attire you needed to worry about – but that has all changed.
Short-sellers hammer conglomerate's shares as PwC refuses to endorse publication of results.
Elliott Advisors, which holds 4.1% of the mining company, calls on it to restructure to get its house order.
PRA and FCA probes relate to Staley's attempts to unmask whistle-blower at the bank.
Recording of conversation between Barclays bankers appears to implicate central bank in Libor rigging.
The company was declared bankrupt on March 2012.