ANZ announced the appointment of Andrew Géczy as CEO International and Institutional Banking reporting to ANZ Chief Executive Officer Mike Smith.
eFinancialCareers reports that one of the more interesting things to emerge of the series of financial scandals is that, even now, trading floor banter remains a cross between a frat house and a rugby team.
U.S. prosecutors urged former London-based JPMorgan traders Javier Martin-Artajo and Julien Grout to surrender and face charges that they attempted to hide trading losses tied to the bank’s $6.2bn loss on derivatives bets last year.
Barclays lost three senior mergers and acquisitions bankers to Rothschild in recent weeks according to reports.
Credit Suisse is moving the global co-head of its tech group to San Francisco, bolstering its Silicon Valley investment banking presence in anticipation of more deals in the sector.
Goldman Sachs is leading the race to take the biggest share of a stake in China Huarong Asset Management Co, according to reports.
Bloomberg LP isn’t just looking like a finance company lately — it’s starting to lobby politicians like one, too.
The U.S. dollar saw a broad sell-off on Wall Street on Thursday, and now economists are warning that the greenback bulls may be getting ahead of themselves.
'Taper terror' has investors once again running for cover, spurring a broad sell off this week in global equities and bonds, as well as the U.S. dollar and emerging market currencies. But, the euro has been spared.
Former JP Morgan traders Javier Martin-Artajo and Julien Grout are likely to voluntarily turn themselves over to US authorities, according to reports.
Business school is a profitable investment for almost anyone, but some MBAs are getting more dollar value out of their degrees than others.
JPMorgan will say whether senior executives have had their incentive compensation clawed back and is considering changes in how directors are nominated.
European investment banks may reduce the number of analysts they employ and some independent research providers may quit the market if draft European Union rules on how investment managers pay for research are enacted, according to Deloitte LLP.