UBS has said it has taken and will take personnel measures as it conducts an internal review of its foreign exchange business, which is being examined by regulators.
JP Morgan reached a $5.1bn (£3.2bn) settlement with the US mortgage company regulator on Friday as the bank continues to negotiate with the justice department over what is expected to be an even larger fine related to bond sales.
The Financial Conduct Authority is ready to review new allegations about potential Libor-rigging by Barclays, the bank it fined £290m last year for manipulating the key interest rate.
Suspicions that the vast global currency markets may have been rigged by major banks and traders has sparked the City regulator to launch a formal investigation into the £3tn a day market.
The number of complaints about financial services firms fell in the first half of 2013. However, consumers still raised almost 16,000 issues a day about insurance and banking products, figures from the regulator show.
Barclays is facing court action in the US as energy regulators attempt to force the scandal-hit UK bank to pay a $470m (£330m) penalty for allegedly manipulating power prices in California.
Royal Bank of Scotland has handed the City regulator messages sent by one of its former traders in the latest twist in an investigation into potential manipulation of currency rates.
The Bank of England is to begin consulting over a pay code for top City firms next year to incorporate the recommendation of an influential parliamentary report that bonuses should be deferred over 10 years.
Swiss regulators are investigating a number of financial firms over the potential manipulation of currency markets, where £3tn changes hands every day.
Barclays is up for a scrap.
The US financial regulator will attempt to prove it can win high-profile cases related to the credit crunch this week when a former Goldman Sachs trader nicknamed "Fabulous Fab" goes on trial.
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