FSA crackdown on new jobs for failed bankers

Financial regulators are looking at radical changes to the way they approve senior people after it emerged that Lord Stevenson, former chairman of collapsed bank HBOS, stepped down last month from a senior role at an investment firm which had connections


Ex-Deutsche Bank staff say bank hid $12bn losses

Three former Deutsche Bank employees have filed complaints with the US securities regulators claiming the bank failed to recognize up to $12 billion (£7.46 billion) of unrealised losses during the financial crisis.


Third time unlucky for UBS

UBS faces a third FSA investigation in four years, this time for Libor. A record-breaking fine is coming its way…


Looking after the family silver - Asian style

These two cases illustrate well how important it is for successful and wealthy businessmen to have a clear and robust succession plan that lays out how their own personal wealth is to be divided, when the time arises.