Prime Minister Theresa May addressed the nation Wednesday evening following a terrorist attack in Westminster earlier this afternoon.
The Supreme Court today ruled in favour of the City watchdog after a former JP Morgan exec argued the regulator wrongly allowed him to be identified in notices it issued linked to the London Whale scandal.
ING has confirmed it is facing a criminal investigation into alleged money laundering and corruption from Netherlands authorities.
Hedge fund fees, which were previously taxed as income at rates as high as 45 percent, could be completely exempt from taxation.
The European Central Bank (ECB) has said London banks will be able to take advantage of a generous transition period after Brexit – provided they move a big chunk of operations within the EU’s borders.
The government has played down the prospect of euro clearing activity being prised away from London after Brexit.
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Global asset managers could see revenues slump as much as 30% in just two years if pressure on fees and returns continues unabated, according to a report by Morgan Stanley and Oliver Wyman.
A Chicago trader defrauded more than a dozen clients out of at least $1.5 million by pocketing their money instead of investing it, according to an indictment returned in federal court in Chicago.
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A European Central Bank inspection of Deutsche Bank's risk controls found deficiencies in derivatives and complicated financial bets that raise questions about pricing processes at the German lender, Il Sole 24 Ore reported.
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Credit Suisse is cutting at least half a dozen equities jobs in Hong Kong and Tokyo, as the bank continues to rein in costs in an effort to boost returns, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
The firms settled their malpractice lawsuit, putting to rest the last big legal battle related to the MF Global's demise more than five years ago.
Credit Suisse is contemplating an accelerated bookbuilding as opposed to pursuing a separate listing for its Swiss banking division, as it looks to bolster capital levels.
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