• 10 Jul 2012

    The human cost of banking misbehaviour

    Alan and Margaret thought they were the only people in the world to fall for a financial product misold to them by a bank. It wasn’t until they met hundreds of other victims on-line that their lives began to recover hope. Jon Snow reports on the campaign against mis-selling in tonight’s Dispatches.

  • 13 Sep 2011

    Why have no bankers been arrested?

    Three years after the global financial crisis and the virtual implosion of the British banking system, Jon Snow asks why no bankers have yet been prosecuted.

  • 4 Oct 2010

    Smoke, fire and banking power

    A financier whom I know calls me over the weekend about the Irish financial crisis. “Jon”, he says, “I trust you know that 80 per cent of the Irish banking crisis was caused by a handful of property developers taking massive punts on the housing and construction market?”

  • 17 Mar 2010

    Merrill trader: story of the world that led to 2008 crash

    Alexis Stenfors, a 39-year-old trader who lost Merrill Lynch millions and then tried to cover his tracks, is an every day story of the complete Alice-in-Wonderland world in which the 2008 crash was engineered, writes Jon Snow.

  • 12 Mar 2010

    Did US authorities try to palm off Lehman’s to Britain?

    The FSA has issued a remarkable detailed account of a phone call by Tim Geithner, then head of the US Federal Reserve, to the FSA chairman about an embryonic attempt by Barclays to buy pre-bankruptcy Lehman Brothers, writes Faisal Islam.