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Barclays blaming new regulations for retrenchment?

FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on the impact of new bank regulations on Barclays .

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  1. Factbox: Favourites and long-shots to be new RBS CEO

    Nathan Bostock, Royal Bank of Scotland's head of restructuring, is the early favorite to replace Stephen Hester as chief executive of the state-controlled bank, acco...

  2. Barclays wins dismissal of U.S. shareholder lawsuit over Libor

    Barclays Plc , the first bank to settle with authorities over alleged manipulation of the Libor interest rate, on Monday won the dismissal of a U.S. lawsuit by share...

  3. Barclays promises angry investors to crack down on pay

    Barclays promised a rigorous review of executive pay on Thursday, as shareholders at the bank's annual meeting said they remain unconvinced that big bonus payouts wi...

  4. Barclays : We Will Crack Down on Excess Pay

    Barclays promised a rigorous review of executive pay on Thursday, as shareholders at the bank's annual meeting criticized the new management, unconvinced that the pa...

  5. Barclays investment banking shines as overhaul costs hurt

    Investment banking made most of the first quarter profit at British bank Barclays , highlighting the challenge for the lender's new boss in making money as he shrink...

  6. Barclays Profit Hit by Strategic Revamp Charges

    Barclays PLC (BCS) Wednesday said it spent GBP514 million in the first quarter to start shutting down businesses as part of its strategic revamp, denting profits but...

  7. Diamond era ends at Barclays with Ricci exit

    Rich Ricci, the boss of Barclays' investment bank who collected $26 million in deferred bonuses last month, is leaving the scandal-hit bank as its new chief executiv...

  8. LONDON MARKETS: GSK, Vodafone Rise In Flat U.K. Market

    Shares of GlaxoSmithKline PLC and Vodafone Group PLC rose on Thursday in an otherwise flat U.K. market, where gains were erased in afternoon action after weaker-than...

  9. Barclays Cleans the Slate with Ricci, Kalaris Departures

    Barclays PLC (BCS) Thursday said corporate and investment banking head Rich Ricci and wealth chief Tom Kalaris will leave the bank, as Chief Executive Antony Jenkins...

  10. Barclays told to rein in pay, tighten controls

    Barclays needs to rein in pay for top staff and tighten control of its operations to repair its reputation after a string of scandals, a report commissioned by the l...

  11. Barclays Told To Review Pay Practices

    Barclays PLC (BCS) suffered from "a lack of self-awareness" in recent years as a culture of high pay and short-term incentives brought the bank into disrepute, accor...

  12. Report urges Barclays to make pay realistic

    Barclays needs to further rein in pay for top staff if it wants to repair its reputation after an interest rate rigging scandal, a report commissioned by the bank sa...

  1. BAC suspends buyback, dividend hike after miscalculation

    Former Barclays CEO Bob Diamond weighs in on the state of banks.

  2. Bob Diamond on investing in Africa, Europe

    Former Barclays CEO Bob Diamond on opportunities in Africa and the eurozone.

  3. Obama smacks Russia with deeper sanctions on business

    Former Barclays CEO Bob Diamond on the U.S. denying export license apps for high-tech items that may go to Russia, and opportunities in Africa.

  4. Bank of England suspends official in FX fixing probe

    The Bank of England suspended a staff member on Wednesday as part of a probe into what it knew about alleged manipulation of world currency markets and revealed that...

  5. Barclays to Hand Over More Emails in Libor Case

    Barclays  has been told to hand over thousands more emails and other documents from its former bosses in a UK court case tied to the alleged manipulation of Libor in...

  6. Fannie Mae sues nine banks for rigging Libor

    Fannie Mae sued nine of the world's largest banks on Thursday, accusing them of colluding to manipulate interest rates and seeking more than $800 million of damages....

  7. Bank of England's Tucker to leave after losing out to Carney

    Bank of England Deputy Governor Paul Tucker, beaten to the central bank's top job by Mark Carney, will stand down later this year, giving the Canadian an early chanc...

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