Goldman Sachs Asset Management is considering exiting its Australian investment business, according to a document detailing the plans.
“The only woman in a sea of men....never stood a chance to be included and therefore never stood a chance to succeed'.
A former Barclays trader helped fix Libor rates in an attempt to boost his career by currying favor with the swaps desk, where the "glamour boys" and "big dogs" worked, a prosecutor said Tuesday at a London trial.
The head of commodities at ABN Amro is leaving the Dutch bank after nearly three years to start his own venture capital fund, according to a person familiar with the matter.
JPMorgan Chase investors followed management’s recommendations on shareholder proposals, rejecting attempts to consider an independent chairman and a breakup of the biggest U.S. bank by assets.
The class of 2016 is graduating into a great job market, but managers say many aren't ready for the workforce.
Soros Fund Management, the asset management company founded by U.S. billionaire George Soros , doubled its bet against the S&P 500 stock index and turned upbeat on gold, its filing to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission showed on Monday.
The GS Elevator twitter account now has cult status - and over 740,000 followers. Here's some of their near-to-the-mark tweets (they are safe for work):
The bigger the bank? The better your pay! At least, as long as you're CEO of a major Wall Street bank since 2009.
US bankers could lose their bonuses up to seven years after receiving the payments if they misbehave or make big losses, under new rules proposed by six major regulators.
Some of the biggest electronic traders are complaining that a new test in the U.S. stock market will compromise their top-secret strategies, one of their most valuable assets.
Royal Bank of Scotland will pay $120m to resolve a Connecticut state investigation into the bank's underwriting of toxic mortgage-backed securities ahead of the 2008 financial crisis, authorities said on Monday.
Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs joined CNBC's "Closing Bell" on Monday to discuss the state's decision to suspend billions of dollars of investment activity with Wells Fargo and what it could mean for taxpayers.