Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, CNBC, Financial Times, Reuters and New York Times articles currently doing the rounds.
Deutsche Bank demonstrated a strong commitment to corporate social responsibility once again in 2011. This is the message contained in the bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report, which the bank published Tuesday with its Annual Report.
Two finance professionals based out of Raffles Place, Singapore, are attempting to redefine how bankers are perceived.
Eric Daniels, the former chief executive of Lloyds Banking Group, and three of his former senior colleagues have now missed out on bonuses totalling some £7m as payouts continue to be clawed back.
Police are to be called in to investigate events at WorldSpreads, the financial bookmaker that collapsed into administration over the weekend after a £13m black hole was discovered in an account holding client funds.
It looks like Goldman's Greg Smith has helped spawn a whole new industry.
There's a book in all of us, or so they say.
There but for the Grace of God go I.
KPMG’s 'UK Banks: Performance Benchmarking Report' highlights how profitability at the UK’s largest banks has suffered at the hands of the Eurozone crisis and the significant costs associated with PPI, the bank levy and regulatory requirements.
Portugal will follow Greece to be the next eurozone country to falter, according the boss of the world's largest private sector bond fund.
Nelson Peltz’s Trian Partners is rebuffing a request by fellow activist Marcato Asset Management to remove Bank of New York Mellon Chief Executive Gerald Hassell from his job, the FOX Business Network has learned.
UBS has revised down its fourth-quarter net profit by $104.5m primarily because it increased litigation provisions to $3.03bn.
Don’t lie about debt prices or you could end up in jail. And if you’ve already lied, watch out.