Workers who become witnesses for the U.K. state in cases of corporate crime could be in line for payouts, under new proposals being considered.
JPMorgan has launched the sale of its physical commodities business, circulating offering documents to potential buyers and valuing the assets at $3.3bn, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Royal Bank of Scotland has handed the City regulator messages sent by one of its former traders in the latest twist in an investigation into potential manipulation of currency rates.
Pressure on Mizuho President Yasuhiro Sato mounted after Japan’s financial regulator told the bank to explain how and when top executives found out about its loans to crime groups.
FX Concepts, John Taylor's once-$14 billion, currency-focused hedge fund firm, is shutting down its asset management business.
André Monteiro has left the largest Latin American alternative investment firm for its largest financial exchange.
Barack Obama’s choice for chairman of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen, pledged to help those hardest hit by the recession and safeguard the financial system, at the official announcement of her nomination on Wednesday.
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Dolly Lenz Real Estate LLC’s Brett Forman gives a tour inside the New York City apartment once owned by Bernie Madoff.
Activist investor Carl Icahn turned up the pressure on American International Group to separate into three public companies.
Accountants, estate agents and art dealers who breached money-laundering rules were fined an average of just £1,134 last year, according to a report that says the UK’s anti-money laundering controls are not fit for purpose.
Brokers at ICAP ran an elaborate, four-year con on Tom Hayes, tricking the former UBS trader into believing they were helping him rig Libor, a former employee accused of conspiring with Hayes told London jurors.