Roughly 15 Swiss banks are in a "red zone" of lenders particularly exposed to money laundering risks, the head of Swiss banking watchdog FINMA said in a newspaper interview published on Sunday.
After former UK PM Cameron steps down as an MP, UK correspondent Olly Barratt takes a look at how his legacy might be viewed.
Profit after tax sank 40 per cent on-year to US$2.61 billion, the firm said in a statement, but assured it had weathered the Brexit storm "securely".
Anheuser-Busch InBev raised its US$100 billion-plus bid for rival brewer SABMiller on Tuesday after a slide in the value of the pound following the Brexit vote made the offer less attractive for many investors, threatening to derail the deal.
Mourners have been leaving flowers and candles at Place de la Bourse in Brussels, in the wake of suicide attacks which killed 31 people.
"We know where the hotspots were when the haze occurred. we need to have the cooperation of our counterparts to give us these names officially," says the Environment and Water Resources Minister.
FIFA will elect on Friday a new president and look into reforming its structure as it tries to move past a corruption scandal.
Chinese investors are being attracted to investments in Greece, part of a cheaper way to gain residency in the European Union.
"I am just the latest victim in an extraordinary series of recent events in Malaysia," says the London-based founder of investigative journalism site Sarawak Report.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald, who published the first reports from Edward Snowden's leaked documents, has refuted allegations that those files have been breached.