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      The US Justice Department will not charge a white police officer with violating civil rights laws in the killing of an...

    2. February 26, 2015

      US probe delays Barclays forex settlement

      A New York banking regulator’s probe of Barclays’ foreign exchange trading business is holding up a settlement of currency...

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    1. February 25, 2015

      Morgan Stanley pays $2.6bn to settle mortgage claims

      Morgan Stanley has reached a $2.6bn settlement with the US Department of Justice, drawing a line under claims that it...

    2. February 20, 2015

      Citi docks Corbat’s pay after bad year

      Citigroup has docked the pay of chief executive Mike Corbat by about 9.5 per cent, after a year in which the bank failed the...

    3. February 17, 2015

      BNY Mellon restates profits with $598m charge

      Bank of New York Mellon has restated the fourth-quarter results it announced last month, taking a $598m litigation charge...

    4. February 17, 2015

      US sets deadline over financial crisis charges

      US prosecutors have been given a 90-day deadline to assess whether they have enough evidence to bring cases against...

    5. February 8, 2015

      US scrutiny of Barclays and UBS widens forex trading probe

      The US Department of Justice is scrutinising currency-linked investments marketed by Barclays and UBS in an indication that...

    6. February 6, 2015

      US DoJ issues arrest warrant for Briton in Libor probe

      Transatlantic co-operation between prosecutors investigating the rigging of Libor could be at risk after the US Department...

    7. February 6, 2015

      Antitrust enforcer in warning over deals

      Bill Baer, the top antitrust enforcer at the US Department of Justice, has a message for companies planning to merge and...

    8. February 3, 2015

      Probe into Moody’s deepens after S&P agrees $1.4bn settlement

      US authorities are stepping up their investigation into whether Moody’s inflated ratings on mortgage derivatives to win...

    9. January 28, 2015

      Standard & Poor’s close to $1.4bn settlement with DoJ

      Standard & Poor’s is close to paying $1.4bn to settle claims it inflated ratings on mortgage derivatives in order to win...

    10. January 21, 2015

      S&P in $77m mortgage securities settlement with the SEC

      Standard & Poor’s, the largest credit rating agency, was misrepresenting the rigour and conservatism of its ratings on...

    11. January 18, 2015

      BP ‘gulf spill’ civil trial enters final phase

      Last Thursday, BP heard from the US District Court in New Orleans that the highest civil penalty it could have to pay for...

    12. January 12, 2015

      DoJ uses big data to crack Medicare fraud schemes

      US authorities have saved billions of dollars by mining big data to identify and prosecute healthcare fraud, learning from...

    13. January 6, 2015

      Global fines for price-fixing hit $5.3bn record high

      Fines meted out to companies for price-fixing reached a record high in 2014, as antitrust authorities cracked down on...

    14. December 22, 2014

      BP seeks lower penalty for Gulf of Mexico oil spill

      BP should face a lower penalty for its 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico than the $16bn-$18bn sought by the US government...

    15. December 22, 2014

      Alstom to pay record $772m fine for bribery

      French industrial group Alstom SA pleaded guilty on Monday to paying more than $75m in bribes to government officials around...

    16. December 19, 2014

      US insists Alstom not GE pays $700m settlement

      Alstom will unexpectedly have to pay the entirety of its expected $700m settlement with the US Department of Justice to...

    17. December 16, 2014

      Alstom nears $700m DoJ bribery settlement

      Alstom is nearing a deal with the US Department of Justice to pay about $700m to settle foreign bribery charges in relation...

    18. December 11, 2014

      Commerzbank US settlement set to top $1bn

      Commerzbank is in talks to pay US authorities more than $1bn in fines to resolve allegations that the German bank broke...

    19. December 10, 2014

      US extends StanChart probation period by three years

      The US has extended the period that Standard Chartered will be subject to intense scrutiny to ensure it complies with...

    20. December 4, 2014

      DoJ stirs US police debate as Eric Garner protests continue

      The US Department of Justice has found that Cleveland police systematically engage in excessive use of force and endanger...

    21. December 4, 2014

      DoJ to probe death of black man held by police in New York

      US attorney-general Eric Holder said on Wednesday evening that the justice department was launching a federal civil rights...

    22. November 18, 2014

      Goldman Sachs forex trader quits after claims of prior misconduct

      A Goldman Sachs foreign exchange trader has left his job at the US investment bank’s London office following allegations...

    23. November 14, 2014

      Forex banks prepare to claw back bonuses

      Five banks at the heart of the forex rate rigging probe are preparing to claw back millions of dollars in bonuses from...

    24. November 13, 2014

      US and Brussels target at least 12 banks over forex

      Six banks agreed a $4.3bn settlement with UK, US and Swiss regulators on Wednesday for allegedly attempting to manipulate...

    25. November 9, 2014

      US turns up heat with criminal investigation into Petrobras

      US authorities are investigating whether Petrobras or its employees were paid bribes, adding to the mounting domestic...

    26. October 16, 2014

      UBS in talks with DoJ to reach settlement over forex probe

      UBS is in talks with the US Department of Justice to resolve allegations it manipulated the foreign exchange market as...

    27. October 12, 2014

      Equatorial Guinea leader’s son settles US corruption case

      The son of the president of oil-rich Equatorial Guinea has agreed to sell $30m worth of assets, including a Malibu mansion,...

    28. October 10, 2014

      FCA forex probe to accuse banks of control failings

      The UK’s financial regulator has accused six banks of system and control failures in their foreign exchange businesses as...

    29. October 7, 2014

      Rabobank suspends 2 London forex traders

      Rabobank has suspended two London-based foreign exchange traders after an internal probe revealed breaches of the bank’s...

    30. October 7, 2014

      SFO secures first UK Libor guilty plea

      A senior banker from a leading British bank has become the first person to plead guilty to UK criminal charges stemming from...

    31. September 25, 2014

      US attorney-general Eric Holder to step down

      US attorney-general Eric Holder plans to step down from his post after almost six tumultuous years of leading the Department...

    32. September 24, 2014

      Authors to call for Amazon antitrust inquiry

      A group of more than 1,000 authors lobbying Amazon to drop its tactics in a dispute with publisher Hachette will call for an...

    33. September 21, 2014

      The week: September 22

      Calpers breaks up with hedge funds Calpers, the largest US public pension fund, is to withdraw from hedge funds entirely....

    34. September 17, 2014

      US warns of further insider trading charges

      US Department of Justice officials sounded their strongest warning yet to corporate America indicating that they are...

    35. September 8, 2014

      Former US ambassador faces money laundering probe

      Zalmay Khalilzad, a former US ambassador to Afghanistan and Iraq, has vigorously defended himself against reports that he is...

    36. September 3, 2014

      Tony West quits as top DoJ official

      Tony West, the US Department of Justice official who has extracted billions of dollars from banks in record settlements...

    37. August 27, 2014

      Artists and publishers seek reform of US music licensing

      A Department of Justice review into the antiquated US music licensing system is highlighting the tension between digital...

    38. August 22, 2014

      Bankers brace for a brave new world

      Bank of America’s agreement to pay $16.7bn to the US government over the mis-selling of mortgage-backed securities closes a...

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