'Brainteasers may not be the best way to assess someone's judgment'.
George Osborne has warned “tens of thousands” of financial services jobs would be put at risk if the UK votes for a Brexit.
Citigroup has named Dan Keegan and Murray Roos as co-heads of global equities, according to a memo obtained by IFR on Monday.
A former adviser to Sir Philip Green, along with a one-time managing director of Deutsche Bank, have been found guilty of insider dealing in one of the UK’s most high-profile cases.
Mergers and acquisitions activity may not pick up until President Barack Obama leaves the Oval Office, Robert Kindler says.
A Deutsche Bank employee who was fired over Libor rigging has received a payout, after the bank decided to settle allegations of unfair dismissal.
Bank of America’s Will Abbott, head of equities for Russia, has stepped down after three years at the bank, according to two people familiar with his departure.
A long-running insider trading case has Monday resulted in two guilty verdicts and three acquittals.
Credit Suisse is placing asset management under the twin direction of its wealth management and Swiss banking divisions, it said on Sunday, announcing a further strategy rejig after a shake-up in October.
Andrew Bailey, the incoming head of the Financial Conduct Authority, said improving the culture of City firms is a priority and that “hubris” needs to be added to the list of risks firms face.
CNBC's new documentary "Ground Zero Rising: Freedom vs. Fear" analyzes security and safety at the World Trade Center.
Here’s a figure that could have you reaching for an EpiPen, assuming you can afford one: one billion dollars.
In the City of London, it’s the ultimate sartorial faux pas. “Never wear brown in town,” runs the adage about what shoes the gentlemen of London’s financial district must eschew in order to escape the opprobrium of colleagues