Banks and Commodity Trading: Sell Signals
Banks are scrambling to ditch their commodity-trading businesses.
Huge Breach Leaks Barclays Data
Barclays reportedly could face "an unlimited fine" if found guilty of putting customer data at risk.
European Banks Face Libor Liabilities
Different accounting rules could mean a quicker, bigger hit on their balance sheets.
Libor’s Double Whammy for European Banks
Different accounting standards could mean a quicker and bigger hit on the balance sheets of European banks than those of their American counterparts.
Corporate treasurers want regulators to change the way they govern LIBOR, not to overhaul the benchmark.
Libor in a Fix
In the wake of the rate-rigging scandal, corporate treasurers want the governance of Libor to be overhauled — but not the benchmark itself.
Are Banks Soft-Pedaling Clawbacks?
New research suggests that the financial-services sector, though ripe with instances of negligence and other malfeasance, is not yet moving aggressively to reclaim compensation from perpetrators.
Top Risk for Treasurers: Volatility
Treasurers want to keep earnings level over time, says a global survey. One of their biggest concerns? Counterparty risk.