Volumes of business across the UK financial services sector grew in the three months to June, but at a slower pace than in the last three quarters, a new survey showed Monday.
By Henry Brookman, founding Partner of specialist divorce firm Brookman Solicitors.
UK employers are estimated to have paid out another £4.4bn in redundancy payments over the year to 31st March, says City law firm Wedlake Bell.
Rochdale Securities analyst Richard Bove has a note out this week, pointing out that US lawmakers / regulators have made it clear by their actions that the United States just doesn't want big banks, as they are 'not good for the country, its economy, or the financial system'.
Citi CEO Vikram Pandit is to get a final payment of some $80m into his bank account soon. The funds represent the last of the money due to him for Citi's 2007 acquisition of his hedge fund Old Lane Partners (since closed). The Citi boss has already received $85m in respect of the purchase.
Here's 13 of the biggest US bankruptcies.
Zurich / Basel - The Board of Directors of UBS AG will nominate Axel Weber for election to the Board at the Annual General Meeting on 3 May 2012.
We're starting to get a bit more clarity on industry job cuts now, but firms are still culling around the edges. No major job losses have been announced so far.
Here's the latest UK e-mail viral sensation.
Now this did crack us up.
UBS has named Roger Naylor and Robert Karofsky co-heads of global equities at its investment bank, replacing Mike Stewart who is moving to wealth management.
Barclays has announced that Akshaya Bhargava has been appointed as Chief Executive of Wealth and Investment Management. He will join Barclays on 13 October 2014.
UBS must provide a $1.4bn security deposit required by French investigators after an appeal was denied.