libor rigging

Royal Bank of Scotland has avoided a multi-million pound fine from the European Commission after it blew the whistle on a
Royal Bank of Scotland and Barclays are among a raft of global banking giants involved in a record 1.7 billion euro (£1.4
Big banks like the Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays and JP Morgan could ban their traders from online chat rooms in order
David Cameron has come under pressure to return £4.6m in donations received by the Tory party from former party treasurer
City broker ICAP has been hit with a £54m fine by both American and British financial regulators as three of its former employees
London could still keep control of the Libor interbank lending rate after EU officials backed down on their plans to put
Royal Bank of Scotland is to pay nearly £400 million to regulators in the US and UK to settle its involvement in the Libor
Risk-taking bankers should foot a multimillion-pound fine for the Libor rate-fixing scandal and not expect taxpayers to pay
The London inter bank offer rate (Libor) rigging scandal continues into 2013, with reports that the Royal Bank of Scotland
Unscrupulous bankers will face criminal prosecution under far-reaching reforms designed to prevent a repeat of this summer's
Sir David Walker - the City grandee who oversaw a review into bank governance for Gordon Brown - was unveiled as the new
The vote on whether the inquiry into Libor should be a full-blown judge-led probe or a faster, more limited investigation
Chancellor George Osborne tonight directly accused members of Gordon Brown's government of involvement in the rate-rigging
It was quite a frustrating afternoon for MPs on the Treasury Committee, who found Bob Diamond difficult to pin down on some