Banking and Finance Opinion
Financial incentives should be introduced for whistleblowers if we really want to encourage them
The ECB will soon be regulating all big eurozone banks, but many questions of accountability remain
Jacqui Hatfield picks through the ICB report and its implications for the banking sector
This week we’re running an exclusive interview (here) with Andrew Rimmington, the Dorsey & Whitney partner who was charged with insider dealing by the FSA, but who was acquitted.
Coming into the election, there were clear dividing lines between the parties on bank regulation - Labour thought that the existing mechanism worked well and wanted to keep it; the Conservatives wanted to remake the regulatory system; and the Liberal Democrats wanted to remake the banking system.
Banking and Finance News
Ashurst has hired Linklaters debt capital markets partner Francis Kucera, in a boost to its securities and derivatives practice.
Graiseley Investments, the company behind Guardian Care Homes, has instructed the Wilkes Partnership in place of Cooke Young & Keidan (CYK) in its landmark Libor battle with Barclays following concerns over costs.
American Express (AmEx) has named managing counsel Tim Heine as its interim general counsel as it rejigs its internal reporting structure.
Banking and Finance Analysis
With the recent demise of Manches, we examine the auditors and the complex task of determining a firm’s health
Finance practices’ flickering flame of hope was soon snuffed out in 2012/13, as banks remained hobbled by litigation and the glow of Asian salvation proved a false dawn. By Natalie Stanton
Advisers get stuck into the disentangling task, to unhitch troubled bank from group