Barclays has appointed Adam Yarnold as head of US securitized products trading, according to a person with knowledge of the promotion.
Despite all the bad press investment banks got as a result of the financial crisis, a career in the industry is still a popular choice among young men.
For the third year in a row, Australia has taken the top prize for being the happiest place to live in the advanced world, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's (OECD) Better Life Index.
A survey of thousands of international employers revealed that one in four employers is struggling to fill vacancies, despite unemployment soaring to record highs in Europe and beyond.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Steven Cohen is losing the financial support of Blackstone Group, the largest outside investor in his embattled SAC Capital Advisors, which is yanking much of its client money, according to a letter reviewed by Reuters.
BGC Partners has announced that eleven leading energy brokers, all formerly with Landmark Power Exchange, have joined its growing Energy Practice.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says there is mounting evidence that Bank of America, Wells Fargo and other banks violated the terms of a settlement designed to end mortgage servicing abuses.
They are good-looking, cool, (mostly) young, and rather well off.
If you’re a trader and your marriage is breaking down, you may want to step back from the markets. On the other hand, maybe your marriage is breaking down because you’re a trader.
Directors of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) have held secret talks in recent weeks about identifying a successor to Stephen Hester, casting doubt about his long-term future at the helm of the state-backed lender.
From drinks to energy and pharmaceuticals, corporate Europe has had its fair share of high-profile merger and acquisition (M&A) deals this year. And it's unlikely to end there, according to HSBC.
Currently there are more bosses called Andrew (eight) than there are women (six) in the UK’s top firms
A former Deutsche Bank executive fired when female colleagues accused him of sexual harassment won a discrimination lawsuit after London judges ruled the women had lied, exaggerated and used lewd language themselves.