Asian banks accept G-Sifi surcharge

Banks from emerging markets have resisted criticising a capital surcharge on worldwide banks, in contrast to peers in Europe and North America, in a key Basel consultation.


Bank Bumi mystery figure dies

The man at the center of what was then the world’s biggest bank failure and Asia’s biggest corporate failure takes his secrets to the grave


India's top court slams govt on 'black money'

India's Supreme Court on Monday ordered a special investigation into undeclared money stashed in foreign bank accounts, while accusing the government of "serious lapses" in handling the issue.


HSBC's Libya links questioned after second leak

Richard Alderman, director of the Serious Fraud Office, said in an interview with Bloomberg that the organisation was in talks with its US counterparts about allegations of bribery.


Liechtenstein bank worker naming names

It is believed to be the first time Kieber has appeared in a court anywhere in the world since he passed on private client details to authorities around the world, after stealing information relating to 1400 clients of LGT Bank.