David Slaine had a secret for the FBI that summer day, one of scores he would eventually reveal in his role as a dream informant. The subject was Teterboro Airport. Slaine claimed a money manager he knew was using it to profit quietly on trades of health-care stocks.
Knight Capital Group's board plans to meet on Monday to resume assessing takeover offers from Getco LLC and Virtu Financial LLC, its second gathering in five days, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced insider trading charges against a Brazilian ex-banker for his role in a scheme to illegally trade Burger King securities. The SEC previously charged a Brazilian citizen working in the Miami office of Wells Fargo with tipping him the inside information.
He's so rich and pays so much tax that every one of his 3,600 neighbours in the picturesque village overlooking Lake Zurich got a 7% tax break, but not everyone in Rüschlikon likes Ivan Glasenberg.
Steve Cohen’s sworn testimony in another legal skirmish could come back to haunt his $14bn hedge-fund empire.
Sid Gilman, the University of Michigan neurologist linked to an insider trading case, has resigned his university position.
Ronald Greenidge, the former UBS Managing Director fired for gross misconduct in his supervision of convicted trader Kweku Adoboli, has sued the bank claiming it treated him more harshly than others because he’s black.
Bankers are facing a fresh crackdown on bonuses ahead of the New Year pay round under moves by the Bank of England to overhaul award structures.
After a rocky year, there’s more turbulence ahead for Zoe Cruz.
HSBC is preparing its first sale of sub-prime loans since the height of the financial crash, as Britain's largest bank begins to off-load more than $40bn of toxic US debt it still holds on its books.
31 year old ex-City worker, Paul Hopper - formally at Investec - is the founder of HOP Vietnamese.
Congressmen slammed Obama administration officials for hiring a failed hedge fund manager, but they made a big mistake.
Credit Suisse has named Harold Bogle to the newly created role of chairman of its investment-banking division as the firm seeks to strengthen coverage of private-equity clients.