A low profile is probably a good thing.
A shareholder who suffered losses in a penny stock trading debacle in Singapore is suing Goldman Sachs, accusing the investment bank of arbitrarily selling her holdings and saying the sales contributed to a crash in their prices.
It's good to be top.
Good news, or bad ?
Credit Suisse has said Rolf Boegli, head of wealth management for super-rich clients in Switzerland, will step down at the end of the year for health reasons
Chinese state-backed investors are eying a stake in one of the domestically focused U.K. banks, and have hired lawyers at Norton Rose Fulbright in London to examine their options for gaining a foothold in the U.K. market, sources have told CNBC.
The financial rewards handed to the City's highest-paid bankers rose by a third last year – and more than 2,700 of them were paid more than €1m (£830,000) in 2012.
Let's get it into perspective.
Two firms sorting out their trader troubles.
Thousands of unbuilt flats and apartments could come back on to the London property market over the next two years as foreign investors seek to cut their losses, according to a new study.
Accountancy watchdogs decided not to conduct a full investigation into the auditing of HBOS before they received all the information about the near-collapse of the bank, MPs have been told.
This guy appears to have most of the big guys on speed-dial.