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Jill Treanor

Jill Treanor

    Price-fixing exposé engulfs BoE
    Price-fixing exposé engulfs BoE
    Traders admit to using chatrooms to trade ahead of the volatile period before benchmarks were set.
    Closer ties needed to avoid future banking crisis
    Closer ties needed to avoid future banking crisis
    Policy group calls for banking supervisors to be paid more.
    Lloyds sale jump-starts UK economy
    Lloyds sale jump-starts UK economy
    Chancellor says the £60-million profit from the transaction has allowed Britain to turn the corner.
    Singapore puts the squeeze on interest-rate profligates
    Singapore puts the squeeze on interest-rate profligates
    Traders have been found to have attempted to manipulate interest rate and foreign exchange benchmarks.
    UK minister admonishes all-male boards of FTSE firms
    UK minister admonishes all-male boards of FTSE firms
    British Business Secretary Vince Cable will write to the bosses of the eight companies in the FTSE 100 index that still have men-only boardrooms..
    UK banks may face 60bn shortfall
    UK banks may face 60bn shortfall
    Bank of England policymakers have ordered British banks to make a more "honest" assessment of hidden losses on their balance sheets.
    Call for ethics probe into UK banks
    Call for ethics probe into UK banks
    Standard Chartered is the latest to be accused of unethical practices by US regulators, sparking market flight.
    King aced Barclays top executive
    King aced Barclays top executive
    The Bank of England's governor intervened to ensure that Bob Diamond vacated his post, writes Jill Treanor.
    SABMiller taps into own talent
    SABMiller taps into own talent
    SABMiller's promotion of chief executive Graham Mackay to chairperson without a good reason flouts the United Kingdom's corporate governance code.
    Barclays chief in the pound seats
    Barclays chief in the pound seats
    Barclays bank chief executive Bob Diamond received nearly £20-million last year even though the bank's profits fell and this has angered trade unions.
    Big bonuses despite losses
    Big bonuses despite losses
    Union cries foul as investment bankers profitand taxpayers wait to get £45-billion back.