Deutsche Bank’s € 1.75bn contingent convertible bond traded below 75 cents on the euro — its lowest level — a 19 per cent fall in price this year. (Photograph: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg)

Prices for the riskiest bonds sold by some of Europe’s largest banks plumbed new lows on Monday, the latest sign of investors reassessing their outlo(...)

Bank of Ireland: The retreat in financial stocks around Europe saw the bank shares fall 3.5 per cent to €0.27. Photograph: Frantzesco Kangaris/Bloomberg

European shares fell sharply yesterday as disappointing economic data from the US further undermined sentiment already hurt by weak earnings updates. (...)

The new Governor of the Central Bank Philip Lane on his first day in office . Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Financial institutions must adjust to a new “post-crisis regulatory environment” which requires shifts in conduct and a more restrictive approach to b(...)

David Cameron addresses  attendees  in Davos Photograph: Reuters

Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan are making large donations to the campaign to keep Britain inside the European Union, sources said, highlighting the concer(...)

Goldman’s spending on salary and compensation benefits as a percentage of total revenue rose to 28.3 per cent

Goldman Sachs Group profit slumped for the third straight quarter as a $5 billion settlement of crisis-era legal claims hit earnings in a tumultuous f(...)

The trial of former Anglo Irish Bank and Irish Life and Permanent executives began on Wednesday.   (From left) Willie McAteer, Denis Casey,  Peter Fitzpatrick and John Bowe are accused of conspiring to mislead investors. Photographs: Collins

The trial of four senior bankers accused of conspiring to mislead investors has heard that former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm authori(...)

Chairman and chief executive of Morgan Stanley James Gorman: the banks weak fourth-quarter results were salvaged by a strong performance in equities. Photograph: The New York Times

Morgan Stanley’s efforts to turn round its ailing debt-trading business have been a “failure”, chief executive James Gorman conceded yesterday, as the(...)

Morgan Stanley warned that a further devaluation of the yuan could send oil prices spiralling lower still, extending the year’s nearly 15 per cent slide.

A brutal new year selloff in oil markets deepened on Monday, with prices plunging as much as 5 per cent to new 12-year lows as further ructions in the(...)

William McAteer in 2014. He and his co-accused pleaded not guilty to conspiring to mislead investors through financial transactions to make Anglo Irish Bank appear €7.2 billion more valuable that it was between March 1st and September 30th, 2008. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Jury selection in the trial of former Anglo Irish Bank executive William McAteer and three co-accused has been adjourned until Monday after Dublin Cir(...)

Morgan Stanley’s new president Colm Kelleher

Irish man Colm Kelleher has been promoted to president of global financial services giant Morgan Stanley, placing him in pole position to replace cur(...)