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Yet another dark cloud is looming over global banks as officials examine their behaviour in the massive foreign exchange market, threatening to deal a new blow to earnings and reputations.
Agents from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation met with Deutsche Bank trader Robert Wallden as part of probe into alleged manipulation of currency markets, according to a person briefed on the matter.
Michael Steinberg is 'successful, steady, serious', said a lawyer for the most senior employee at SAC Capital Advisors to be charged with insider trading.
Deutsche Bank launched a legal appeal against a German labour court ruling that forced it to reinstate four fired traders, potentially exposing the lender to new embarrassing testimony.
Credit Suisse plans to change its legal structure to improve the firm’s resolution in a crisis.
Goldman Sachs and UBS bankers said Britain could not have sold the Royal Mail postal service at its current higher price, rejecting accusations that one of the biggest privatisations in years had short-changed taxpayers.
In politics, there's a saying about what gets you in hot water: it’s not the crime; it’s the cover-up. In the financial industry you might say: it’s not the crime; it’s the clean-up.
More than 400 bankers are likely to be axed at the US investment bank Morgan Stanley, which is streamlining its bond-trading business amid a worldwide downturn in fee income.
A New York City man claiming to be an experienced hedge fund manager was convicted Friday for stealing over $800,000 from at least 17 investors, according to a statement from New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Anil Prasad, the former global head of foreign exchange and local markets at Citigroup, and his business partner Farhang Mehregani will start operating their own hedge fund in January after clearing regulatory hurdles in the U.K.