In case you missed them, here's last week's top stories.
This guy is no 'tone-deaf one-percenter'.
Sad to report.
Thousands of U.K. financial sector workers risk being frozen out of the industry unless they pass mandatory tests measuring their personal ethics and integrity.
Prosecutors have a tough case ahead of them in going after Michael Steinberg, the 16-year veteran of SAC Capital, as he never made direct contact with the insiders who allegedly leaked information.
Banks including Bank of America Corp., Barclays and JPMorgan Chase won dismissal of antitrust claims in lawsuits alleging they rigged the London interbank offered rate.
Nomura and Daiwa Securities Group have hired the most university graduates in four years, leading a resurgence in recruitment by Japanese brokerages as the economic outlook improves.
A Manhattan federal judge on Monday signalled he will not rubber-stamp Citigroup's proposed $590m settlement of a shareholder lawsuit accusing it of hiding tens of billions of dollars of toxic mortgage assets.
An internal investigation at Deutsche Bank has found that incomplete data related to a carbon tax fraud probe were handed over to prosecutors, German magazine Der Spiegel said last week.
Less than five years on from the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers the world is maybe facing another crash of epic proportions.
A former investment adviser at JPMorgan Chase is expected to plead guilty in September, after federal prosecutors in New York charged him with taking at least $22m out of client accounts to use for his own purposes.
Partners at Deloitte, one of Britain’s biggest accountancy firms, will share a profit pool of £593m after a surge in revenues from its consultancy business.
WW M&A activity totals $2.9 trillion, up 40% compared to YTD 2014 levels