Fortune reported that she ran the division responsible for opening accounts for customers without authorization.
Adam Sokoloff, who formerly led Jefferies Group’s financial sponsor advisory business, joined Carlyle Group as an executive in its private equity group.
Bank of America has seen an increase in mergers and acquisition activity in recent months, along with improvements in high-yield debt and leveraged finance, according to Christian Meissner, global head of corporate and investment banking.
A whistle-blower lawsuit claiming JPMorgan fired a wealth manager for reporting a client’s possible illegal behaviour was revived for a second time by a federal appeals court.
High-speed electronic market making, already widespread in stocks, is getting a grudging welcome from currency markets. They don’t have much choice.
Credit Suisse’s trading chief Brian Chin moved to establish his management team, naming David Miller as global head of credit and Jay Kim to run securitized products.
ABN Amro Group Chief Executive Officer Gerrit Zalm is stepping down in 2017, saying the bank needs a longer-term leader following its break up and return to the stock market.
Britain's shock vote to leave the European Union chilled deal making activity involving British companies to the lowest level in at least two decades as bosses grapple with what Brexit will cost, Thomson Reuters data shows.
Several years after the financial crisis, banks have not completely cleaned up their act, CFPB Director Richard Cordray said.
Within five years robots and so-called intelligent agents will eliminate many positions in customer service, trucking and taxi services, amounting to six percent of jobs, according to a Forrester report.
A former Barclays boss has said banking scandals could be slashed if there were less people across the sector and more computers.
Singaporean sovereign wealth fund GIC will buy P3 Logistics Parks for $2.7 billion in what's being called Europe's largest real-estate deal of 2016.
Citigroup’s victory in a securities arbitration case seven years ago had one flaw - the head arbitrator was an impostor.