A proposal to cleave the roles of chairman and CEO at banking giant JPMorgan Chase was defeated in a narrow shareholder vote on Tuesday, strengthening the hand of the bank's embattled chief, Jamie Dimon.
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The Asian prime brokerage unit of Credit Suisse has replaced Morgan Stanley as the second largest firm servicing the region's $148bn hedge funds industry, a survey showed.
Settlement talks between SAC Capital and the federal government, which could have led to a pact preventing criminal charges against founder Steven Cohen, are off after Cohen was issued a subpoena by prosecutors last week.
Enron Corp.’s 2001 collapse revealed the extent of its manipulation of spot gas prices. Twelve years later, European Union regulators may discover energy traders never learned the lessons of the scandal.
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Should the board of JPMorgan Chase force Jamie Dimon, the bank’s chairman and chief executive officer, to give up one of his jobs ?
Former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta is set to ask a federal appeals court in New York Tuesday to overturn his insider-trading conviction by arguing the U.S. shouldn’t have been allowed to use evidence from wiretapped phone calls that didn’t involve him.
David Karp has become the latest high school dropout turned twentysomething multimillionaire after selling his internet creation, Tumblr, to Yahoo for $1.1bn.
Bank of America probably will report a 5% drop in third-quarter trading revenue amid volatile markets, CEO Brian Moynihan said.
HSBC’s chairman has suggested the bank could retain its domicile in the UK, as his bank mulls moving its headquarters back to the Far East.
By launching a probe into possible insider trading at Citic Securities, China’s biggest and most prestigious brokerage, President Xi Jinping’s government has signalled the financial services industry is fair game for its anti-corruption drive after a stock market bust wiped out $5 trillion in market value.