China's economy experiencing a sharper-than-expected slowdown is the world's biggest risk, according to the wonks over at the Economist Intelligence Unit.
E. Gerald Corrigan, a partner at Goldman Sachs and a former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, plans to retire from the firm at the end of May.
JP Morgan is to pay its biggest ever dividend, leading a wave of mega-payouts from the big US investment banks.
Tom Hayes, the former trader jailed for rigging Libor, told a London court that UBS’s bonus structure was "an enigma wrapped in a riddle" as he fights a bid by prosecutors to seize his assets.
Wells Fargo left Chief Executive Officer John Stumpf’s compensation for 2015 unchanged at $19.3m.
The Philippine bank manager who approved fund transfers at the center of an $81m cyber heist will tell lawmakers in a closed hearing Thursday that she was following orders from high-level officials at Rizal Commercial Banking Corp., her lawyer said.
Anyone who has opened an email purporting to be from Bank of England governor Mark Carney about $6.5m they never knew they had should hold off before popping the champagne corks.
A former Federal Reserve Bank of New York employee was spared prison on Wednesday, disappointing prosecutors who said his leaking of confidential documents to a friend at Goldman Sachs justified time behind bars.
Societe Generale may speed up cost-cutting in activities including corporate and investment banking as harsher regulation bites across the industry, CEO Frederic Oudea said.
Tom Hayes told a court today how the rate-rigging allegations that eventually lead to his conviction caused him to suffer a breakdown, as he continued his legal battle over his assets.
Julius Baer have hired several private bankers from HSBC to bolster its Latin American business, said three people with knowledge of the matter.
The Brexit vote has created instability for the UK banking sector and the wider economy, according to one of the UK’s biggest high street lenders.
Picture the scene. It is referendum day and officials from the Bank of England and the Debt Management Office are meeting to discuss contingency plans for if the UK votes to leave the EU.