Jamie won't be best pleased.
Former Treasury Secretary (and Goldman CEO) Hank Paulson said: 'There was such a total lack of awareness from the firms that paid big bonuses during this extraordinary time', when discussing the financial crisis from 2008.
Bank of America's lawsuit against the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp over $1.7bn in investor losses was dismissed by a federal judge.
JP Morgan is reviewing its correspondent banking unit and not taking on new business from foreign lenders after regulators identified deficiencies in its anti-money-laundering procedures.
Sad to report.
Is it possible to literally work yourself to death ?
Glitch led to erroneous options trades.
An influential group of MPs has demanded a break-up of Royal Bank of Scotland in the face of suggestions that the split faces mounting opposition.
Firm targeting 420 voluntary departures.
Sales assistants were also not adequately supervised, said regulators.
A former trader at UBS asked a broker at RP Martin Holdings for help moving Libor because he’d 'heard you knew magic'.
Sanford I. Weill, a Wall Street billionaire, and his wife, Joan, have decided not to donate $20m to a struggling northern New York college after a judge ruled that it could not be renamed for Mrs. Weill, college officials said on Thursday.
Twelve months have passed since the nerve-shredding "flash crash" in US Treasurys and the financial industry is pushing though initiatives aimed at improving stability and liquidity in global fixed income markets.