Hundreds of bankers may have used their work email addresses to register for the adultery website AshleyMadison.com, MarketWatch found after searching data provided by security researcher Robert Graham.
BNP Paribas has named Jacques Michel head of corporate and institutional banking for the Middle East and Africa.
Wells Fargo is looking to make selective hires in investment banking while it has pared back in another group in its securities division.
Deutsche Bank’s internal probe into possible money laundering at its Russian unit has sparked an investigation into whether a senior employee took bribes, people with knowledge of the situation said.
UK banks could be facing additional legal bills of as much as £5bn ($7.83bn) as private investors look to launch legal action relating to allegations of foreign exchange rate manipulation, according to senior lawyers who have run successful lawsuits in the US and hope to do the same in London.
Activity-tracking devices made by companies like Fitbit, Jawbone and Misfit are increasingly popular gadget purchases, but they’re also making their way into the workplace: research firm Gartner estimates that 10,000 companies offered activity-trackers to staff in 2014.
The world’s 400 richest people lost $182bn this week from their collective fortunes as weak manufacturing data from China and a rout in commodities sent global markets plunging.
Companies are being urged to identify employees who could be blackmailed into revealing sensitive market information following the Ashley Madison data dump.
Football: bloody hell! After a summer of Fifa shenanigans, it’s good to be back in the swing of the club season.
Wells Fargo is downsizing its European asset-backed securities business and merging it with its credit team, according to three people familiar with the matter.