Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan isn't backing down from a controversial fight in his company's home state any time soon.
In the world of mergers and acquisitions, 2015 was a year of record-breaking deals. This year is one of broken-deal records.
Around 21% of U.S. executives or senior officials at Goldman Sachs are women, according to statistics published Thursday as part of the bank's annual Environmental, Social and Governance Report.
Wall Street bank chiefs have vilified the profit-crushing markets that opened 2016 as “challenging” and “exceptionally violent and turbulent.” Trading revenue plunged. Job cuts ensued.
Goldman Sachs is hosting its first ever leveraged finance conference next week as the Wall Street bank tries to strengthen its position in debt underwriting and looks for new avenues of growth.
Citigroup disbanded a team of traders who used the bank’s own money to make bets in U.S. Treasury and agency bond markets, according to a person briefed on the move.
HSBC is hiring 175 people for the financial-crime compliance team at its soon-to-be ring-fenced U.K. consumer bank, according to people familiar with the plan.
Some big companies have begun signing deals with Tehran since the U.S. and other global powers lifted long-running sanctions against the Middle Eastern country, but banks are very nervous after being burned in the past.
Sad to report.
Not a good place to be.
Here are 10 things that Wall Street believes that make absolutely no sense in the real world, says Josh Brown.
Barclays is cutting about 100 jobs from its information technology operation in Singapore as part of moves to reduce costs, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Societe Generale has sold its Tower Hill premises to a Hong Kong-listed property developer, SRE Group.