Deutsche Bank named Patrick Frowein and Berthold Fuerst co-heads of corporate finance for Germany, Austria and Switzerland in the latest shake-up at Europe’s biggest investment bank.
PIMCO has announced that the firm’s Managing Directors have appointed Emmanuel (Manny) Roman as PIMCO’s next Chief Executive Officer.
As Lloyd Blankfein huddled with David Solomon and Stephen Scherr at Scherr’s home in Sagaponack, it seemed there was a Goldman Sachs dress code in effect.
The U.S. Federal Reserve banned former UBS trader Matthew Gardiner from the banking industry for life for rigging currency benchmarks, the first U.S. penalty against an individual in the three-year investigation.
Europe’s hedge-fund industry contracted for a sixth straight quarter as the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union and concerns that China’s growth is slowing caused losses and forced some money managers to shutter.
What’s the cost of having to raise money quickly by selling London real estate?
Excessive boardroom pay risks undermining public trust in big business, the accountancy regulator has said in a report calling for a concerted effort to increase trust in the way that companies are run.
Expenses management: 'The question is, can we do more?'
The case is as much family tragedy as courtroom drama.
The cost of fines, legal bills and customer compensation racked up by the world’s 20 biggest banks over the five years to the end of 2015 amounted to £252bn, according to new research.
One of Royal Bank of Canada's (RBC) executive stalwarts will retire at the end of January the bank announced this morning.
Thirty years ago this week, the City of London underwent a transformation that would set it on a path to global dominance in financial services.
Howard Fischer, wearing a white shirt and khakis, leans back into a window seat at a juice bar in Greenwich, Connecticut, sips a cold-brewed Mexican mocha and shares his angst.