The forthcoming EU referendum is weighing heavily on the London luxury property market, prompting buyers and sellers to postpone decisions until after the 23 June vote, according to the estate agent Knight Frank.
Nomura has announced plans to establish a new Asia Infrastructure Project Office to expand and develop its Asia platform.
Who investors would most like to be replaced.
Peg Reed knew she was called 'Miss Bitch' on the desk when she was trading currencies on 1980s Wall Street.
A former UBS equities salesman who left in December 2013 and got a new job the following month, says he was wrongfully dismissed and is asking for more than $1m at the Paris employment tribunal.
Investigators probing the $13 trillion market for US Treasurys are zeroing in on a second Wall Street bank, The New Post has learned.
Saudi Arabia hired HSBC banker Fahad Al Saif to start a debt management office that will be responsible for the kingdom’s first international bond sale, two people with knowledge of the matter said.
Risks to the world economy remain to the downside and include sharply weaker global growth and a sudden change to expectations regarding the U.S. Federal Reserve's interest rate path, Societe Generale warned on Tuesday.
The former chief executive of Zurich Insurance has killed himself, the company said, less than three years after its chief financial officer killed himself.
The following is an edit of a post by CNN the day after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on America:
Banks planning to move staff out of London after Brexit face a stark reality: there isn’t much prime real estate up for grabs in rival cities.
The accountancy giant PwC has revealed that more than a quarter of its new recruits this year went to private school, in an experiment with transparency to help open up access to professional jobs.