Nearly £350bn could be wiped off the value of Britain’s top companies in the event of a vote for the UK to leave the European Union, analysts at UBS have warned.
London's office buildings may become a lot less crowded if the U.K. votes to exit the European Union in its referendum Thursday, a new survey found.
The employees at the world's biggest banks are on the front lines as voters head to the polls on Thursday to decide whether to stay or leave the U.K. The team at Keefe Bruyette & Woods crunched the numbers, revealing how jobs, as well as revenues may be impacted.
If Brexit were to come to pass, and London bankers were to consider opportunities on the continent, which would be the most attractive location for a professional relocation?
Douglas Morton, a former co-head of Asia corporate finance at Deutsche Bank, is suing the firm for $17m in a wrongful dismissal claim filed with Hong Kong’s labor tribunal.
London's status as the world's financial technology – or fintech – hub could be under threat should a Brexit occur, lawyers, venture capitalists and start-ups have warned CNBC.
The blue-chip FTSE 100 index could fall to lows not seen since 2011 if the UK votes to quit the EU, UBS analysts have warned.
A CNBC review of email search software found programs that monitor for conduct, which could be simply embarrassing or costly for a corporation.
Inter dealer brokers Tullet and Icap could avoid a lengthy probe into their merger, with the two firms proposing a sale of the latter's London-based oil trading desks.
Royal Bank of Scotland has cut 2,700 jobs - around a 5% of its UK workforce - in the past four months as the bailed-out bank attempts to cut costs in its attempts to return to the private sector.
Goldman Sachs said investment banker Richard Campbell-Breeden is retiring after 27 years with the firm.
Deutsche Bank, under pressure to bolster its balance sheet before resolving a U.S. mortgage probe, is working to securitise billions of dollars of corporate loans to offload risk, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
Henderson Global Investors plans to reopen the UK property fund it suspended after Britain's vote to leave the European Union, making it the fourth asset manager to lift suspensions imposed in the wake of the surprise result.