Dr Shafik is deputy governor for markets at the Bank of England and she's looking to make a mark.
Deutsche Banks' investment banking division 'broadly on track' to deliver 13% to 15% profit increase.
Workforce cuts will be across the group's Lloyds Bank, Halifax and Bank of Scotland
Calogero Gambino had been involved in legal issues relating to the bank's involvement in the Libor scandal.
Sources claim the German lender is on the cusp of striking a deal.
The SFO already requested £19m earlier in 2014 to deal with a barrage of cases
European Commission fined banks for manipulating Swiss franc derivatives and Libor.
Several of the bank's ex-staff have been charged with fraud in the US over market manipulation
The number of former Rabobank employees charged in the inquiry of the lender to six
Reporting restrictions does not allow the press to identify the person or the bank
RBS CEO Ross McEwan said most of its legacy issues should be behind the lender in 18 months' time
The British lender has dismissed a number of staff on a Libor and Repo rate probe
Switzerland's biggest bank is in talks over settling FX market manipulation allegations
Another day and another fine, lawsuit or settlement.
Sky report says that the financial regulator is talking to banks about settling over currency rigging allegations
As Barclays is hit with fines for compliance failings, how is 2014 panning out in terms of penalties.
The fraud investigators want the government to improve its budget by 50%.
The scandal-hit bank is restructuring its weakening investment arm.
Berenberg analysts highlight 63 potential fine situations hanging over European banks.
One of Britain's most high-profile fund managers Neil Woodford cited concerns.
Briton became the second employee of the Dutch-based lender to admit guilt in a US probe.
Ratings agency says mis-selling derivatives, Libor and FX fixing issues will hit balance sheets
Lloyds Banking Group reported a 32% increase in underlying first-half profit
New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) probing alleged manipulation in forex market.
The Bank of England is imposing tougher laws on bankers behaving badly.
ResPublica believes workers at financial firms should take a moral oath after a spate of scandals.
The German lender reported second quarter results.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney said Lloyds paid it £7.76m in compensation
Bank agreed a settlement with the CFTC and agreed to change its systems and controls.
Lloyds confirms its nearing a deal while sources peg settlement at £300m