Shares of U.K. bank HSBC briefly surged 9.8 percent in morning trade on Thursday, with market watchers blaming a trading error for the move.
HSBC is one of the largest banking and financial services organisations in the world.
Former Goldman Sachs Vice Chairman Robert Kaplan on HSBC tightening its rules for cash withdrawals.
HSBC and Citigroup both suspended foreign exchange traders on Friday as a global probe into possible currency market manipulation intensified.
Britain's biggest bank, HSBC, is preparing to hand out multimillion-pound share awards to 1,000 of its top staff as it attempts to bypass the new European Union rules capping bankers' bonuses.
Britain's biggest banks benefited from a "too big to fail" subsidy from the taxpayer of £38bn last year, according to a leading economic thinktank which argued that they are not giving enough back to the public.
Andrew Tyrie's work is nearly done.
HSBC has played down the prospect of spinning off its UK business in a separate stock market listing in a move that would undo its takeover of Midland Bank 20 years ago.
Bloomberg’s Manus Cranny reports on JP Morgan Chase and two other banks rejecting a European Union deal to end an antitrust probe into the rigging of Euribor lending rates.
JPMorgan and HSBC topped the list of the world's top 29 banks that must hold extra capital from 2016 because of their size and reach, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) said on Monday.
Industrial & Commercial Bank of China was added to the list of too-big-to-fail banks as global regulators revised the roster of lenders that must hold extra capital to prevent another financial crisis.
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'We don't want to do this at all....Sadly because of the EU directive we've had to change'.
Credit Suisse has named Tibor Kossa the head of mergers and acquisitions for Germany and Austria.
The HSBC unit once known as Household International lost its bid to undo a 2009 securities fraud trial verdict and is liable for about $1.5bn in damages plus interest, a judge ruled.
Bloomberg News reports that Yunho Song, who oversees Bank of America Corp.’s rates and currencies business in Europe, has stepped down from his role, said a person briefed on the matter.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA), as lead regulator for the HSBC Group globally, is taking action in relation to issues in respect of HSBC’s compliance with anti-money laundering rules and US sanctions requirements.
Here's the 10 largest European M&A deals of the last five years. Data provided by M&A intelligence and research service mergermarket.