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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is being helped by a whistle-blower in an investigation of Deutsche Bank’s post-crisis mortgage-trading business, according to people with knowledge of the situation.
Schroders has hired former Nomura Chief Financial Officer Shigesuke Kashiwagi as its country head for Japan.
An Israeli who the U.S. said orchestrated the biggest-ever theft of customer data from U.S. financial institutions, including JPMorgan, pleaded not guilty to wire fraud and money laundering charges after being extradited to New York.
An ex-Barclays submitter currently standing trial accused of Libor-rigging offences was likely kept in the dark about the full extent of any fixing activity by his boss, a court was told.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofA) has emailed its employees to encourage them to register to vote in Britain's referendum on whether to stay in the EU, sources at the bank told Reuters on Thursday.
Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse may have to raise more capital because of the need to resolve U.S. claims over the sale of mortgage-backed securities before the financial crisis, Barclays said as it downgraded the two banks.
Worldwide M&A activity totals $1.36 trillion, down 20% compared to YTD 2015
A Brexit vote would dramatically increase risk premiums on UK equities, one macro-research house has argued, wiping more than £400bn off the market.
British Bankers' Association (BBA), the trade body that was heavily criticised for its role as the administrator of the Libor interest rate benchmark, is expected to be merged with its rival associations.
Credit Suisse’s trading chief Brian Chin moved to establish his management team, naming David Miller as global head of credit and Jay Kim to run securitized products.
ABN Amro Group Chief Executive Officer Gerrit Zalm is stepping down in 2017, saying the bank needs a longer-term leader following its break up and return to the stock market.
Britain's shock vote to leave the European Union chilled deal making activity involving British companies to the lowest level in at least two decades as bosses grapple with what Brexit will cost, Thomson Reuters data shows.