RBS is 81% owned by the taxpayer but privatisation plans will be scuppered with persistent fiddling
SFO suspects several former Barclays traders of involvement in Libor manipulation
"At a time when families face a cost-of-living crisis and bank lending to business is falling, it cannot be right for George Osborne to approve a doubling of the bank bonus cap"
German lender suspended at least one currency trader on suspicion of manipulating benchmark forex rates
US charges Britain's Paul Robson, Australia's Paul Thompson and Japan's Tetsuya Motomura
Fine on top of £390m civil settlement with US and UK authorities.
Barclays reduces its overdraft charges on current accounts
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IBTimes UK takes a look the potential manipulation of foreign exchange
IBTimes UK takes a look at one of the biggest banking scandals in recent history
IBTimes UK takes a look at one of the biggest scandals to hit British SMEs
Regulator sees a hike in the number of reported cases of potential market manipulation
Report suggests UK government looking at selling rest of 32.7% in tranches over coming months.
IBTimes UK takes a look at the embattled lender's controversial year
Bank prohibited staff from participating in instant message groups amid FX fixing scandal.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is the latest group to ban the electronic form of communication
Despite loss, National Audit Office declares Lloyds shares sell off as value for money for taxpayers.
Ex-Citi and UBS trader Hayes and former RP Martin brokers Gilmour and Farr appear at London court
Diamond, who quit Barclays amid the Libor-fixing furore, will manage Africa-focused Atlas Mara.
German banking regulator BaFin is looking into suspected manipulation of benchmark gold and silver prices
SFO hopes to learn "any lessons that can be applied to future cases".
Ulster Bank say customers struggling with money transfers and online banking.
Embattled lender admits to 'deeply regretting these failings'
Barclays will stop sponsoring Boris Bikes three years earlier than the London mayor had hoped.
Bostock had only been RBS group finance director for ten weeks before departure.
The state-owned lender is facing a number of problems from IT glitches to Tomlinson's serious allegations
Media sources say Diamond will list a shell company, investing in South Africa, on LSE.
Bob Diamond, the former chief executive of Barclays who left the bank in the aftermath of the Libor fixing scandal, is to return to banking.
Guardian Care Homes accuses Barclays of mis-selling Libor-linked financial products.
UK Chancellor George Osborne says bank fines for rate rigging will go to a good cause