Bank will hand over documents relating to 2008 capital raising after arguing they were protected by legal privilege
FCA dishes out biggest fine ever after Barclays failed to keep clients' assets separate from its own
Another step forward in the payments revolution – will the banks ever manage to keep up?
US authorities allege 'disturbing disregard' for investors in Barclays 'dark pool fraud'
Lloyds, Barclays, MBNA and Capital One accused of ignoring fees and charges in PPI compensation
Barclays boss Antony Jenkins unpicks the legacy of Bob Diamond with 'bold simplification' of bank
New system allows bank customers to send and receive payments using just a mobile phone number
Banking executives argue that bonus caps are ineffective and potentially damaging
Job losses announced as Barclays reveals disappointing pre-tax profits of £5.2bn in 2013
Tech companies are trusted more than banks – so why shouldn’t Apple or Google manage your digital wallet?
Boris bikes combine inexperienced riders with basic technology and fling them onto the capital's streets
Bank will end £50m sponsorship in 2015 as accidents rise and number of people using the scheme plummets
European Commission fines banks that formed illegal cartels to rig benchmark interest rates
Broker agrees to pay American and British regulators over rate rigging, as traders face charges
As new current account switching service goes live, survey ranks Barclays lowest out of 70 banks
Big five return to profitability but KPMG warns growth won't match pre-2008 levels
The fallout from Mark Carney's 'forward guidance' is exacerbated by the sneaky tactics of banks
Bad day for bailed-out bank as leading candidate for Stephen Hester's job rules himself out
American regulators find bank and four traders guilty of 'serious violations'
Big banks would be able to withstand another financial crisis and profits are set to rise