The Financial Conduct Authority has published details of warning notices against two bankers over the rigging of the Libor interbank lending rate.
It is a well-worn criticism of Fleet Street scribes that they refer to Andy Murray as Scottish when he loses a tennis match, and British during his (now frequent) triumphs.
The Financial Services Authority paid three of its former directors a combined total of more than £800,000 after they quit the now defunct City regulator.
A former regulator is joining Royal Bank of Scotland in a newly created role overseeing regulatory affairs and conduct as part of the effort by the bailed out bank to clean up its reputation in the wake of the Libor rigging scandal.
Sir James Crosby, the former boss of HBOS, has asked for his knighthood to be revoked after a scathing report by MPs found that he sowed the "seeds of destruction" of one of Britain's biggest banks.
The Bank of England is under pressure from parliamentarians to crack down on banks that use their own money to take potentially risky bets on the financial markets.
Insurance group Prudential has been fined £30m for failing to tell the Financial Services Authority (FSA) about its attempted takeover of the Asian arm of US insurer AIG.
That's quite a comeback by Dame Clara Furse.
The pledge made by one UBS trader – "I'm a man of my word" – seems a fine sentiment, until the realisation dawns that the promise he is making is to do "one humongous deal" with a broker to help him manipulate the Libor rate.
The Swiss bank UBS is braced for a fine and reprimand from regulators after its former trader Kweku Adoboli was jailed for fraud.
A junior regulator at the Financial Services Authority wrote in and volunteered to meet. British, and in his late 20s, he comes across as focused and at ease with himself. He orders beer.