[NEW YORK] Standard Chartered Plc's transactions with Iran were worth tens of billions of US dollars more than previously known, a whistle-blower said in a lawsuit claiming the British bank...

[NEW YORK] A former Credit Suisse Group AG banker on Friday pleaded guilty to US charges that he took part in a fraud scheme that involved US$2 billion in loans to state-owned companies in...

[NEW YORK] Boston Federal Reserve President Eric Rosengren on Friday pushed back against expectations for an interest-rate cut when Fed policymakers meet later this month, saying the US economy...

THE Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) confirmed on Friday that David Hardoon has relinquished his role as chief data officer (CDO) to take on the newly-created role in MAS of special adviser (...

[LONDON] Britain has kicked off a review of how regulation of finance could be improved after Brexit, saying it would not tweak the existing set-up of watchdogs introduced in the aftermath of the...

[LONDON] The European Union's trillion euro money market funds sector must complete its first "stress test" to assess its ability to cope with market shocks by 2020 under new guidelines from the...

[NEW DELHI] India's government is in talks with foreign lenders to provide as much as US$14.5 billion in credit to millions of its small firms, two officials said, in a sign the country's banking...

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THE Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) confirmed on Friday that David Hardoon has relinquished his role as chief data officer (CDO) to take on the newly-created role in MAS of special advisor (...

[SYDNEY] National Australia Bank has hired the man credited with turning around Royal Bank of Scotland as its new chief executive, as it moves on from the abrupt departure of its leaders this year...

[NEW YORK] Former Goldman Sachs Group banker Roger Ng is still in plea talks to avoid a US trial on charges that he violated American anti-bribery laws and conspired to launder money embezzled...