Jayne-Anne Gadhia has said a more diverse City leadership would have helped during the financial crisis, but she stopped short of recommending a woman be installed as the next Bank of England governor.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney and two of his US advisers have racked up more than £100,000 on travel costs and taxis in just three months, figures have revealed.
Insurance policy documents can require university-level reading abilities and even industry experts struggle to cut through the jargon, an investigation suggests.
Nearly a fifth of private renters say they have waited more than three months to get their deposit back, a survey has found.
The Fife-based subsidiary of global oil services firm Technip FMC said it was hopefully of improved trading despite a loss of more than £20 million last year.
Tory Brexiteers have been told to “concentrate their fire” on Theresa May instead of her officials by former Whitehall mandarins as tensions over talks with the EU mount.
Theresa May has told business leaders she knows time is running out to reach a Brexit deal but she is confident it can be done, the head of the Institute of Directors has said.
A TV news interviewer got a less than favourable response to a question when the head of housebuilders Persimmon walked off camera when asked about his controversial £75 million bonus for the year.
The FTSE 100 struggled for direction on Friday, but manged to end in positive territory following two days of losses.
Royal Bank of Scotland is expected to post higher profits next week amid a drop in litigation and conduct charges, as it releases results alongside banking peers Barclays and Lloyds.