But RBS chief executive Ross McEwan sounds warning siren on troubles ahead
It's important to shine a spotlight on the victims of financial scandals that continue to go unheard
The Serious Fraud Office is tipped to be opening an investigation
FCA received 52 requests from foreign regulators in 2013/14 for assistance on forex inquiries.
Bank of England Deputy Governor Andrew Bailey said misconduct fines are making banks work harder.
DoJ is allegedly asking bankers and clients how much sales teams charge customers to exchange currency
The 95-year-old gold pricing benchmark was criticised for lack of transparency.
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne rejected European Union plans to outlaw currency market manipulation on Thursday and instead set out his own proposals to make rigging exchange rates a criminal offence.
Autonomous Research claims compensation, settlement and legal costs could run into several billion dollars.
Tougher sanctions also expected in chancellor's annual Mansion House speech.
He pleaded guilty to his role in attempting manipulate Yen Libor
The European Commission voiced concerns over the role the interdealer broker played in the scandal
Prison Consultants was launced in 2013 to coach white-collar criminals in how to cope with a prison term.
However, the Serious Fraud Office has not yet launched a criminal investigation
UK Chancellor George Osborne and BoE Governor Mark Carney express need to clean-up markets
IBTimes UK speaks exclusively to Simon Richards, CEO, Fonetic USA
FCA fines Barclays for rigging gold and banned and fined Plunkett for inappropriate conduct
European Commission sends Euribor-rigging allegations to three banks and awaits response.
Banking Standards Review Council to help enforce higher standards across the financial sector.
It is the second inter-dealer broker firm to be fined for Libor misconduct
Barclays is transforming: away from investment and towards retail – but is that a good thing?
Oxford University study shows that financial journalists have not unduly 'bashed bankers' between 2007 and 2013
SEC member criticised her own agency for waiving 'common sense' when it came to RBS
Unlike stocks, futures or options, currency trading does not take place on a regulated exchange
The German bank is under investigation and is conducting an internal review
Serious Fraud Office has charged former Barclays traders but investigation continues.
The Department of Justice has gone to Britain's capital to question individuals over alleged FX rigging activities
Barclays boosted bonuses last year despite billions paid in mis-selling and financial scandals and profit drops
Libor Fixing Scandal: Ex-Icap Brokers Darrell Paul Read, Daniel Martin Wilkinson, Colin John Goodman Granted Bail
The three ex-brokers were charged by the SFO on 28 March 2014
Sunderland has come under fire for boosting bonuses and pay despite bank's losses