The NYDFS has announced that Crédit Agricole will pay $787 million and install an independent monitor for violating New York banking law.
Hedge fund performance over the past three months hearkened back to the bad old days of the financial crisis.
The $6bn trade was said to have been processed by a junior member of the bank’s FX sales team while his boss was on holiday.
Europe’s last global banks are caving in to pressure from regulators and preparing to tell investors just how much their aspirations will shrink.
'It’s Libor time'.
Professional network OUTstanding publishes annual ‘Top 100’ power list of LGBT Executives, alongside ‘Top 30’ Ally Executives and first ever ‘Top 30’ list of LGBT Future Business Leader role models.
The rush of money leaving Pacific Investment Management Co. is easing up.
Credit Agricole will pay as much as $800m to settle a U.S. probe into violations of sanctions against Iran and Sudan as soon as this week, according to two people briefed on the matter.
Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO at JPMorgan, sat down with host Stephanie Ruhle on Bloomberg TV's new flagship morning program, Bloomberg GO.
This post-Brexit financial world will require a lot of untangling. The FTSE 100 index closed down only 200 points, which used to be seen as a bad, but far from catastrophic, event in the stock market.
Casual isn’t necessarily cheap. To ease the transition to a recent move to business-casual attire, J.P. Morgan partnered with one of its clients to host a pop-up shop at its Park Avenue headquarters: Vineyard Vines.