She’s enraged FT readers, and now she’s flipping the minds of tabloid readers. But we’re giving you the exclusive op to cross-examine her directly. Let’s hope she’s charged her computer.
By: Izabella Kaminska
FT Alphaville analysis shows several staff members sold shares during 2018.
By: Jamie Powell
For those who like subpar interest rates with their avocado on toast.
By: Jemima Kelly
Halifax wants to be down with the Monzo kids.
By: Jemima Kelly and Martin Coulter
Live markets commentary from FT.com
By: Bryce Elder
China's landmark infrastructure and trade initiative stirs up controversy.
By: Colby Smith
When it's in the price comparison business.
By: Thomas Hale
Deception and grandstanding are nothing but a mistake
By: Jamie Powell and Colby Smith
By: Dan McCrum
The former HSBC trader is appealing a two-year sentence in the US.
By: Katie Martin
Single Resolution Board says creditors no worse off than under a normal insolvency.
New data shows high-street bank apps still do far better than their fintechy rivals.
Financial institutions need to insure against reputational shocks.
How volatility went from being a concept to a tradeable dominant risk-management metric, and what that means for markets.
By: Robin Wigglesworth
By: Paul Murphy
A Brussels body has today released a redacted version of the Deloitte Report, which was used to value Banco Popular before its sale to Santander.
The UK’s “Open Banking” revolution has more in common with China than you might think.