Wealth management M&A deals grew by nearly 50 per cent last year, according to a new report.
Eric Dobkin, who spent 49 years at Goldman Sachs, will retire after spearheading some of the world’s biggest initial public offerings, including the bank’s own.
Schroders chief executive Michael Dobson is leaving Europe's second largest public investment group after 14 years at the helm.
Deutsche Bank is firmly focused on being a top international corporate and capital markets player with strong roots in Germany, its Chief Executive John Cryan said on Wednesday.
Bad brokers don’t leave the business; they just move on to a different firm.
A financial institution set up by government to accelerate Britain’s green power revolution could end up being sold to private equity firms and fund wind farms in Germany.
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Macquarie Group hired a former UBS asset-management team to focus on emerging-markets equities at the bank’s Delaware Investments unit in the U.S.
Morgan Stanley expects to hire 75 advisers in the U.S. this year to target rich Latin Americans investing in the world’s biggest economy, part of a strategy to focus on the region as other international banks retreat.
Profits will be decimated at the UK’s top banks if, as widely expected, the Bank of England cuts interest rates to a historic low of 0.25 per cent today.
London’s financial lobby group warned that the city’s status as the world’s pre-eminent financial hub could be undermined if the U.K. loses the right to sell its services freely within the European Union as doubts mount over Britain’s ability to retain full access to the trading bloc.
JPMorgan’s contract to provide debit cards to inmates released from federal prison may have backfired after a former convict raised a ruckus.