Articles by Martin Baccardax
Bank of England governor's comments highlight concerns in London and Washington over Benjamin Lawsky's unilateral pursuit of Standard Chartered.
The global battle for financial centre dominance has British banks, including Standard Chartered, fighting for their international reputation.
BNP Paribas's decision to freeze US subprime investment funds lit credit crisis touchpaper in the summer of 2007
It's hard to blame Shiwen for the sins of her compatriots, but it's harder for us to accept her stunning performance because of their history.
State-owned RBS sets aside around £310m to cover mis-selling claims and bank system failures that locked-out 15m customers in June.
Investors disappointed by ECB President Mario Draghi's press conference in Frankfurt as bond purchase programme remains dormant.
Bradley Wiggins is Britain's most-decorated Olympian, but is he the nation's greatest? IBTimes UK journalists weigh-in.
IBTimes Business journalists Lianna Brinded, Shane Croucher and Martin Baccardax run through the big stories of the week in this latest edition of the Business Podcast.
The so-called 'Twitter Games' has highlighted the power of the upstart micro-blogging site as Facebook sinks into silence.
France's second-largest bank sees steep decline in investment banking profit but avoids Libor taint
Shares in Europe's second-largest bank rise sharply after job cuts placate investor concern over weak investment bank earnings.
Switzerland's biggest bank pursues legal action against Nasdaq OMX for 'gross mishandling' of Facebook flotation.
FSA's Martin Wheatley's Libor market review could lead to new laws that would criminalise interest rate market manipulation.
Spain's second recession in three years extends to the second quarter while the IMF say growth won't return until 2014.
Bank of England, Federal Reserve and European Central Bank rate moves highlight active week for global economy
Britain's "Host Nation" advantage could help it outshine the world as it gains more improvement from Beijing than nearly every other participating country combined.
Bank reveals Finance Director Chris Lucas faces FSA probe as US litigation mounts
Multibillion dollar sponsorship budget questioned as study finds more than half of UK population unable to name single brand associated with games.
Prime Minister Samaras is set to meet EU Commission President Thursday as Troika continues to doubt Greece's ability to get back on track with its promised reforms.
Government-controlled Lloyds says some dealers face legal action related to Libor scandal.