Firms in the UK are increasingly worried their own employees are going to commit fraud against them with internal threats main concerns, a survey from EY has shown.
Wall Street's biggest dealmakers will be showered with big bonuses this month but many other bankers face a lean year as executives seek to retain top talent while at the same time try to keep a lid on costs.
If you're figuring out whether to talk up your viewing of a Sunday afternoon movie into "world cinema enthusiast" on your CV, don't bother.
Former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta is a free man after serving 19 months in federal prison for leaking tips to hedge fund billionaire Raj Rajaratnam.
JPMorgan won a judge’s preliminary approval of a deal to pay $150m to settle investor claims that it hid from them as much as $6.2bn in losses caused by a trader dubbed the London Whale.
Jerome Kerviel sought the suspension of a French trial into whether he is responsible for Societe Generale's $5.3bn trading loss eight years ago until a criminal court rules on the convicted rogue trader’s bid for a retrial.
HSBC chief executive Stuart Gulliver has said the bank will provide an "update" on its plans to relocate its headquarters abroad - although that may not include a decision.
The richest stand to gain more from the introduction of new technology than those in poorer sections of society, according to a report that warns of the impact on low-skilled roles from increased use of automation.
Point72 Asset Management, the firm that oversees billionaire Steven A. Cohen’s wealth, is seeking more than 40 traders and analysts as it expands its London office.
Deutsche Bank’s Dario Schiraldi and James Dilworth are leaving the lender after co-Chief Executive Officer John Cryan broke up the firm’s asset and wealth management businesses, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
Ken Griffin’s $24bn Citadel investment firm has hired David Bonfili to help manage a new equities division, according to spokesman Zia Ahmed.
Bestselling author Tim Ferriss has interviewed some of the most accomplished people on the planet. Here’s what they all have in common.
An HSBC executive pleaded not guilty Monday to rigging foreign-exchange markets in the first U.S. case of its kind.