Swiss banking giant Credit Suisse is the latest bank to be hit with a fine by US authorities, amounting to $135 million, over alleged manipulation of foreign exchange rates, as well as misconduct including ...
FCA Fines Credit Suisse, Yorkshire Building Society FCA Fines Credit Suisse
The U.K. Financial Conduct Authority fined a unit of Credit Suisse and Yorkshire Building Society a total of $6.4 million for misleading promotions.
Credit Suisse CEO: No 'Material Issues' Found During Forex Review Credit Suisse Finds No Forex Issues
Credit Suisse hasn't uncovered any serious problems during review of its foreign exchange business, the chief executive of Switzerland's second-biggest bank said.
Singapore Fines Credit Suisse and Local Bank in 1MDB Inquiry Singapore Fines Credit Suisse Over 1MDB
Singapore imposed fines on Swiss bank Credit Suisse and a local bank for antimoney-laundering control failures connected with an investigation into alleged misappropriation from Malaysian state fund 1MDB.
New York Fed to Allow Credit Suisse to Remain a Primary Dealer New York Fed to Allow Credit Suisse to Remain a Primary Dealer
Credit Suisse Group's ability to serve as a counterparty to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York hasn't been affected by the bank's criminal tax-evasion settlement.
Credit Suisse Moves on New York City Job Cuts Credit Suisse Moves on New York City Job Cuts
Credit Suisse has begun the job cuts it warned about earlier this month, planning to eliminate 268 jobs in the New York metropolitan region.
New York's Lawsky Investigating Credit Suisse Over Taxes New York's Lawsky Investigating Credit Suisse
New York's top financial regulator is investigating whether Credit Suisse Group helped clients evade state tax laws, according to a person familiar with the matter.
BlackRock Hires Former Credit Suisse Banker to Lead Credit Push BlackRock Hires Former Credit Suisse Banker to Lead Credit Push
BlackRock hired the former chief of Credit Suisse’s global-markets business as part of a plan to boost credit-investing.
Credit Suisse Sells Credit Derivatives Portfolio to Citigroup Credit Suisse Sells Credit Derivatives Portfolio to Citigroup
Swiss bank Credit Suisse has sold a multibillion-dollar book of credit derivatives to Citigroup, another sign of European banks unloading risk.
China fines 18 PVC makers for price manipulation
China Fines GM $29 Million for Alleged Price Manipulation China Fines GM for Alleged Price Manipulation
China has slapped a $29 million fine on a General Motors joint venture for alleged monopolistic pricing behavior, according to state-run China Central Television.
U.K. Police Arrest Man in Forex Market Manipulation Probe U.K. Arrests Man in Forex Probe
British police arrested a man at his suburban home east of London in connection with the government’s probe into rigging of the foreign-exchange markets, according to a person familiar with the matter.
China Fines Eye-Care Companies for Alleged Price Manipulation China Fines Eye-Care Companies
China said it fined seven makers of glasses and contact lenses more than 19 million yuan for alleged price manipulation.
Germany’s Financial Watchdog Worried Over Scale of Forex Manipulation Germany Worried Over Scale of Forex Manipulation
Germany’s banking watchdog is concerned about the magnitude of attempted currency-market manipulation at large domestic banks including Deutsche Bank.
Swiss Competition Body Opens Probe into Possible Forex Manipulation Switzerland Advances FX Probe
A Swiss regulator has taken an aggressive position in what has become an international probe of possible manipulation of foreign-exchange rates among banks, by flagging a number of big lenders both in Switzerland and abroad for potential misconduct.
China Fines Star Fund Manager $3 Million for Stock-Market Manipulation China Fines Fund Manager
Regulator says Ye Fei manipulated markets by inflating stock values to sell them at a profit for his top-performing fund.
CFTC Fines Royal Bank of Scotland $85 Million Over Attempted Manipulation of Interest-Rate Benchmark RBS Fined $85 Million Over Interest-Rate Benchmark
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission ordered Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC to pay $85 million to settle charges that it attempted to rig a key pricing gauge for derivatives in the years surrounding the financial crisis.
U.K. Public Finances Get Boost From Forex Fines U.K. Public Finances Get Boost From Forex Fines
Fines paid by banks to resolve allegations of manipulating the foreign-exchange market provided a boost to U.K. public finances in November, but closing the budget deficit in time to meet the government’s forecasts still looks like a difficult task for treasury chief George Osborne.
U.S. fines HSBC $175 million for lax forex trading oversight
Credit Suisse Net Climbs Credit Suisse Net Climbs
Credit Suisse's net profit surged as the bank continued to slash costs and fine-tune its operations, though its bottom line was flattered by a favorable comparison with last year when a charge weighed on performance.
Credit Suisse's CEO Gets Pay Boost Credit Suisse's CEO Gets Pay Boost
Brady Dougan received a 34% increase in total compensation in 2012, a year in which the bank's profit fell by roughly a third.
Credit Suisse Set to Ax 600 Jobs Credit Suisse Set to Cut 600 Jobs
Credit Suisse Group is set to cut 600 investment-banking jobs following a tepid trading quarter, according to a person familiar with the situation.
Credit Suisse to Name Names Credit Suisse to Hand Over Data
Credit Suisse Group said Tuesday it would hand over the names of bank clients suspected of evading U.S. taxes, in response to a request from the IRS.
Credit Suisse Fined in U.K. Credit Suisse Fined in U.K.
Credit Suisse was fined $9.5 million by Britain's Financial Services Authority after some of its clients lost nearly $320 million from buying structured products whose risks the bank didn't always make clear.
Two Cheers for Credit Suisse Two Cheers for Credit Suisse
Credit Suisse CEO Brady Dougan has waged a campaign to convince a skeptical market that the Swiss bank could cut it in a capital-light, Basel III world. But two, rather than three, cheers are in order.
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