Here's a list of 9 of unpleasant things that happen to bankers at work.
Citigroup’s board changed the way the bank calculates performance pay for executives after receiving some complaints. The largest proxy advisers weren’t swayed.
One of five former Barclays traders accused of rigging benchmark interest rates extended an open invitation to his bar on a Greek island and offered a glowing mention in his memoirs in exchange for help keeping Libor where he wanted it, U.K. fraud prosecutors said at a London trial.
Societe Generale's calculation “mistake” won the bank a $248 million windfall after European Union antitrust regulators slashed its half-billion dollar penalty for rigging benchmark interest rates.
David Tepper's gain is New Jersey's loss.
Victor Dodig’s overhaul of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is paying off.
BNY Mellon appointed Piers Murray as chief operating officer to its markets business.
A City banker fell to his death through a glass conservatory roof after letting off fireworks an inquest heard Wednesday.
Nomura held a training session after a former Jefferies & Co. managing director was indicted for fraud and encouraged its traders not to lie - but that didn’t stop the fibbing to customers about bond prices, according to U.S. prosecutors.
Bank of America has dodged a $1.3bn (£990m) fine, after a US court decided to drop the issue.
Boutique banks are taking more deal flow from the biggest firms on the Street.
Panama's government has revealed assets held by its banking system had grown by over $4bn (£3.1bn) in the first half of the year alone, as the country continues to work towards more transparency in its financial services sector.