Citigroup faces fresh scrutiny from both the Bank of England and the City watchdog over its role in the flash crash that briefly sent sterling plummeting to a 31-year low in October.
Barclays is taking a contrarian bet that Britain's vote to leave the European Union will help it win more investment banking business in its home market, despite the sharp slowdown in deal activity since the referendum.
Citron Research's Thursday afternoon tweet sent shares of Express Scripts tanking, and someone appeared ideally positioned for the move.
The lawsuits piling up against Wells Fargo over its fake accounts scandal have expanded to include three former branch managers alleging that an area president ordered employees to open bogus accounts to juice sales.
Royal Bank of Scotland on Thursday lost a court battle to withhold transcripts, notes and interview records from thousands of retail investors suing the bank over an ill-fated, $15.08bn share sale in 2008.
Natixis SA’s Asian corporate and investment banking division is anticipating revenue growth of as much as 20% this year as the bank expands its business at a time when some rivals are scaling back in the region.
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The U.K. investigation into the sudden plunge in the pound in October is focusing on Citigroup’s Japanese unit, the Financial Times reported.
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Morgan Stanley changed its compensation plan, forcing some of its brokers to generate more revenue to avoid a pay cut next year, according to a person with knowledge of the move.
A former JPMorgan employee who has been ordered to attend counseling for gambling is facing criminal charges that he engaged in a scheme to defraud the bank out of $5m in order to pay personal debts.
BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, will move its headquarters to a new skyscraper to be built at the Hudson Yards development on Manhattan’s far west side.
Investment bank Credit Suisse has hired internet equities analyst Robert Peck to run its global internet banking business, according to a memo reviewed by Reuters.