It is only April, but some on Wall Street are already predicting a rotten 2016 for U.S. banks.
Goldman Sachs awarded CEO Lloyd Blankfein a $7m bonus to be paid out over eight years if the firm meets certain targets, bringing his total compensation for last year to $30m.
An ex-Barclays trader accused of fixing a key financial benchmark for personal gain stood to earn a bonus of only $172.50 for his role in alleged rate-rigging in 2007, a London court heard on Friday.
JPMorgan urged shareholders on Thursday to vote against appointing a committee to explore a break up of the bank, reiterating that splitting its businesses would not be in investors' best interests.
French tax police searched Societe Generale's headquarters this week as part of an investigation into offshore accounts revealed by the Panama Papers, the bank said on Sunday.
Banks and asset managers are poised to win an exemption in rules for trading derivatives from European lawmakers, who already said they would give them a one-year delay of new financial regulations.
Wells Fargo admitted to deceiving the U.S. government into insuring thousands of risky mortgages, as it formally reached a record $1.2bn settlement of a U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit.
Jonathan Mathew, one of the ex-Barclays employees accused of manipulating a key benchmark interest rate, is on trial merely for following the orders of a bullying boss, according to his lawyer.
Citigroup's head of equities, Derek Bandeen, is retiring, according to a memo reviewed by Reuters.
This attitude about careers is more common among millennials than older Boomer and Gen-X workers.
Economists at Goldman Sachs will be forced to revisit their models after Team GB confounded the investment bank’s forecasts for the Rio Olympics.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is to start charging some of its top corporate clients to hold cash with the bank.
'Job gains in the securities industry have been meager'.