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Three bankers have left Goldman Sachs after the U.S. firm determined they breached internal guidelines in connection with the bank’s advisory role on the planned acquisition of a consumer company in the Middle East, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Morgan Stanley has named Ben Huneke head of investment solutions on Thursday, a day after announcing the departure of Raj Dhanda.
Deutsche Bank has announced plans to buy back £3.5bn of its debt in an attempt to demonstrate its financial strength.
BNP Paribas is pulling out of a niche U.S. energy lending business for the second time in four years after plunging oil prices dragged what was once seen as some of the safest energy loans into losses.
Two former Rabobank traders on Thursday lost a bid to overturn their convictions arising from an international investigation into the manipulation of Libor, the leading global benchmark for pricing financial transactions.
Four families of Americans killed by Mexican drug cartels are suing British banking giant HSBC for allegedly contributing to their deaths by allowing the gangs to launder billions of dollars.
Credit Suisse plunged to a 27-year low as a sell-off across the industry compounded doubts about Chief Executive Officer Tidjane Thiam’s restructuring plans.
JP Morgan chief executive Jamie Dimon has bought 500,000 shares in the bank, worth roughly $26.5m, City A.M. understands.
Stress tests by the European Banking Authority found that BMPS would have the greatest difficulty out of 51 of Europe's banks covering its loans.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has taken the biggest hit to its financial strength of any UK bank subjected to European-wide health checks on major banks.