Bank of New York Mellon has appointed Esteban Colon to the newly created role of wealth director with BNY Mellon Wealth Management.
Ralph Eads, a top oil and gas dealmaker, put Jefferies on the map for energy mergers and acquisitions.
The Securities and Exchange Commission thas announced that Citigroup Global Markets has agreed to pay a $7m penalty and admit wrongdoing to settle charges that a computer coding error caused the firm to provide the agency with incomplete “blue sheet” information about trades it executed.
British broker ICAP, said the fall in sterling after Britain's vote to leave the European Union has given it a "significant windfall benefit".
The top 350 US CEOs earned 5.1% less last year than in 2014, bringing home an average of just $15.5m, according to a report from the Economic Policy Institute.
Landmark buildings such as the head office of Coutts, the bank used by the Queen, are being prepared for sale as property funds look for ways to raise billions of pounds to meet the demands of investors who want their money back after the UK voted to leave to the EU.
Sterling tumbling, gilt yields at near record lows, balance of payments dire, business confidence flatlining: no wonder Mark Carney brought the eleven horsemen – and women – of the apocalypse with him to the Treasury select committee.
Citibank is shutting down certain accounts in Venezuela, much to the chagrin of the country's president.
'The right thing to do'.
'We are exactly where we should be to face the environment that we have'.
Steven Cohen’s Point72 Asset Management has been on its biggest ever hiring spree in Asia, seeking higher returns amid turmoil in the global hedge fund industry.
Jose Barroso, the former European Commission president, said it’s entirely legitimate to work for Goldman Sachs and any mistakes its bankers made during the financial crisis were nothing to do with him.
As the scandal over Wells Fargo’s bogus consumer accounts was coming to a head this summer, executives concluded they had to act. It was time for a chat with Carrie Tolstedt, the manager who oversaw the retail business.