The Financial Times reports that Citibank has sued the former manager of its Singapore brance, Jonathan Seah, alleging that he e-mailed 149 attachments to a personal e-mail address ahead of leaving the firm for the local UBS private banking operation.
Bloomberg reports that a report published last week predicts that Wall Street's finest will see their US earnings fall away by around 20% in 2007.
Bloomberg reports that Bank of America has agreed to pay $7.5m to settle Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau's recent money-laundering probe.
And on offer to the winner of this month's Best Loved Hotels Hotels Quiz was a two night stay for two (including breakfast and dinner on one of the days) at the fabulous Lords of the Manor hotel in the Cotswolds.
Here's a brief article written for us by Raj Tulsiani, the CEO of Green Park, a specialist Interim Management company.
The Guardian reports that lawyers are predicting a raft of age discrimination claims are likely to be lodged by middle-aged bankers on the back of the age discrimination legislation which comes into effect in the UK on Sunday.
Here's a run down of the European M&A action from 01.01.05 - 16.11.05. Tables provided by Thomson Financial.
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CBS MarketsWatch reports that the former head of Citigroup's energy-derivatives trading desk in New York faces up to 5 years in clink, after admitting to falsifying company records in order to obtain a bigger bonus payout.
A third trader in almost as many weeks has now lodged a claim against Nomura International.