More than a third (35%) of global financial services professionals working in banks, asset management and hedge funds believe that executives should be held criminally liable for the actions of staff.
Bitcoin's resiliency-as well as its recent rise above $1,000-is gaining additional converts to the belief that the cryptocurrency is for real.
The SAC Capital Advisors brand starts 2014 severely sullied, but that negative reputation hasn't stopped recent alums of the firm from raising piles of cash.
It's the regulations, stupid.
Goldman Sachs is shaking up its technology, media and telecommunications investment banking group, according to internal memos.
Deutsche Bank will review whether to punish senior employees for their roles in the interest-rate rigging scandal, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
JP Morgan bankers raised concerns about Bernard Madoff 10 years before the fraudster was arrested over a $65bn Ponzi scheme.
As global investment banks and their corporate clients continue to navigate the post-2008 macroeconomic and regulatory environment, 2013 offered a stark contrast between the booming capital markets and the continued moderation of corporate deal making.
It's tough at the top.
A former Morgan Stanley broker who claimed that he was unfairly terminated for running for a seat in the Illinois House of Representatives has been awarded $525,000 from a Finra arbitration panel.
Deal-makers across Asia-Pacific were hustling in 2015, racking up more than $1 trillion in mergers and acquisitions, topping 2014's record by 37 percent, Dealogic said.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that two traders in China and Hong Kong have agreed to pay more than $920,000 to settle an insider trading case against them.
In 2015 Twitter lost one chief executive, gained another, and nearly tossed them too, before eventually settled down with him – incidentally, one of the men who had founded the company way back in 2006.