It’s a tough job market.
Growing pressure to either downsize or exit parts of this business altogether.
One Libyan official described Goldman as the 'bank of mafiosa'.
A fired HSBC equity derivatives trader who sued the bank for $2.6m was awarded just $63,400 in a French lawsuit over his dismissal for sending client data to his personal Yahoo! e-mail address.
Seven former Deutsche Bank managers were convicted by a German court of participating in a conspiracy to cheat on value-added tax refunds for carbon-emissions trading.
Daiwa Securities, a Japanese brokerage with operations in the U.K., would have to set up a business in the European Union that replicates or replaces some functions in London if Britain votes to leave the bloc, according to a memo to employees.
Microsoft announced a deal to acquire professional social platform LinkedIn for $196 per share Monday. The all-cash deal is valued at $26.2 billion.
A BNP Paribas trader fired amid a U.S. probe into sanctions violations asked a Paris employment tribunal for about $3.2m days after the same court awarded Jerome Kerviel more than $506,745.
Wall Street's most powerful investment bank has rejected a demand from MPs probing the collapse of BHS that would drag its executives deeper into their inquiry.
For any investor looking to reach the top of the global rich list, blowing their fortune on a single lunch may seem an unlikely way of securing a leg up on their rivals.
These asset managers have reduced fees and waived commissions to attract more investors who want rock-bottom prices for funds that track the market.
Barclays has agreed to sell a portfolio of salary secured loans, worth around £260m, in Italy to IBL Banca.
France's President Francois Hollande has accused the US of double standards in throwing multi-billion euro fines at European banks while complaining about European Commission investigations into US companies.