London Stock Exchange is said to have chosen Morgan Stanley’s Andy Ross to run its new futures exchange, which is scheduled to go live before the end of June.
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One banking chief has revealed he might not be receiving as hefty a bonus as he might be accustomed to this year.
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HSBC has been fined $470m (£325m) for “abusive mortgage practices” in relation to the 2007-2009 housing crisis in which millions of people lost their homes.
George Osborne has been urged to clarify how banks offset the costs of fines such as PPI mis-selling and other regulatory costs against their corporate tax bill.
Navinder Singh Sarao, the UK trader accused of causing the “flash crash” on Wall Street, will find out in March whether he will be extradited to stand trial in the US.
Private equity investor Lynn Tilton is stepping down as collateral manager of all her credit funds, totaling more than $2 billion, after years of litigation with New York bond insurer MBIA.
Bill Gates has revealed that he used to keep tabs on his employees' movements to assess when they were and were not in work - and if, like him, they were diligently in on the weekend.
UBS’s head of energy investment banking for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Michael Hafner, has left the bank, according to a person familiar with the matter.
A UBS unit was found by a federal judge to have violated some contracts with mortgage-backed securities trusts that hold loans, putting it at risk of having to buy back more loans or pay damages in a $2bn lawsuit.
Credit Suisse promoted Brian Chin to chief executive officer of its global markets unit, putting him in charge of the securities business that blindsided CEO Tidjane Thiam with losses this year.