Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, Daily Miror, Fox Business, MarketWatch, New York Post, New York Times, Reuters and Telegraph stories currently doing the rounds.
Nomura Holdings has announced a number of organizational changes and new management appointments aimed at further enhancing the firm’s group management structure and strengthening its Asia franchise.
Cheng Yi Liang, a former Food and Drug Administration (FDA) chemist from Gaithersburg, Md., was sentenced to 60 months in prison for engaging in insider trading on multiple occasions based on material, non-public information he obtained in his capacity as an FDA scientist.
Here's the latest from Thomson Reuters Deals Insight.
This one's got it all - a senior Wall Street banker, an argument over a cab-fare, an alleged stabbing, an alleged attempted abduction and a great escape.
Now this is rather amusing.
Here's a repeat run of the 'story' of Amazing Grace, the former Lehman Brothers fixed income salesperson who went on to become an exotic dancer (and more).
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that a federal judge has ordered the former CEO of Brookstreet Securities Corp. to pay a maximum $10m penalty in a securities fraud case related to the financial crisis.
Weak risk management systems were responsible for more than half of all the fines* handed out by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) to financial services businesses last year, reveals research by the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors.
In case you missed them, here's last week's top stories.
Former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta said his insider-trading conviction should be thrown out because prosecutors failed to prove their case under a sweeping appeals court ruling last year.
Citigroup, the U.S. bank that gets the most revenue from overseas markets, is close to selling its Central America retail units to Banco Popular Espanol SA and is seeking $1.5bn, people familiar with the matter said.
Rory Cullinan, in charge of shrinking Royal Bank of Scotland’s securities unit, was granted a deferred stock bonus of $3.2m, more than Chief Executive Officer Ross McEwan.