Financial Services Authority

Three men were arrested on Tuesday in connection with an investigation into the rigging of the interbank lending rate Libor
The Treasury has announced that peer-to-peer lending will fall under the Financial Conduct Authority for its regulations
Downing Street has called for a speedy inquiry into allegations that Britain's £300 billion wholesale gas market has been
The City watchdog has said it was investigating claims that the wholesale gas market has been manipulated by some energy
The financial watchdog and the Bank of England have received stinging criticism from MPs on the Treasury Select Committee
Barclays Bank's announced today it has put aside a further £700 million to pay claims for mis-sold payment protection, taking
Rolls-Royce's financial director Mark Morris said banking regulators must engage with companies to understand the stresses
Adair Turner, current chair of the Financial Services Authority, spoke at Mansion House in what many are describing as an
The city is waiting with baited breath for Martin Wheatley's Libor reform report after the British Bankers Association reportedly
Bank of England boss Sir Mervyn King told Barclays its chief executive Bob Diamond no longer had the support of his regulators