Jefferies Sues Cantor in U.K. After Its Bankers Leave for Brokerage
JPMorgan Says Payments to Libya Oil-Fund Fixer Weren't Bribes
Ex-Banker Using Tiger Fund to Hide Money From Wife, Judge Says
Russian Businessman Didn’t Die From Poisoning, U.K. Judge Says
Bank and Phone Firms Face Crackdown on U.K. ‘Loyalty Penalty’
Not Quite a Breakup: Big Four Auditors Avoid `Drastic' Steps
It’s the first time the bank has detailed the size of the trader’s losses and comes in the middle of a $850 million dispute.
U.K. Top Court Blocks Parts of Scottish Brexit Legislation
Brexit Ruling at Supreme Court Could Test Unity of the U.K.
Vijay Mallya lost a bid to avoid extradition to India where he faces charges of fraud and money laundering.
Barclays to Supply Trader Phone Calls and Bonus Data in Lawsuit
Mallya Can Be Sent to India to Face Fraud Case, U.K. Judge Says
Judge Emma Arbuthnot ruled against Mallya, largely rejecting Mallya’s arguments that the case was politically motivated.
Ex-Tesco Executives Win Dismissal of Accounting-Scandal Case
Deripaska Guards Shown Forcing Man to Floor on Moscow CCTV
Deripaska in London Spars With Businessman Over Influence, MeToo
Does Brexit Mean Brexit? EU Judges Could Play Pivotal Role
Bollywood Drama Plays Out in London Between Sheikh and His Fixer
Lenders were correspondent banks for the Estonia branch of Danske Bank that is the focus of multiple international investigations.
Ex-UBS Trader Adoboli Lands in Ghana After Deportation Flight
Behind U.K.’s Golden Era, China Giant Threatened Shock Waves