A senior policymaker at the Bank of England has said that regulations imposed on the banking sector since the 2008 crisis should not be scaled back in any effort to fuel economic growth.
Holmes Search has been named the Best Risk Recruitment Firm 2015 by readers of global website HITC. It is the company's fifth poll win in five years.
A while ago, this email came in to the blog: 'My boyfriend of two years has just started as a graduate in a major bank, and I've found it difficult to understand his new life.
Samina Akram left her job at Merrill Lynch International Bank eight years ago to start her own consultancy in London specializing in Shariah-compliant finance. Now she’s seeking to empower women in male-dominated Islamic banking.
An ex-Goldman Sachs programmer who twice won reversal of guilty verdicts for taking the firm’s high-frequency trading code when he left for another job isn’t yet in the clear as prosecutors press an appeal.
London’s fund industry is bouncing back, and U.S. billionaires Steven Cohen and Ken Griffin are grabbing a piece of the action.
UBS and a banker-turned-whistle-blower were deemed to have too 'unclean hands' to bring a malicious prosecution lawsuit against a real-estate developer who had accused them of duping him into filing a false tax return.
Allen & Co, the boutique investment bank known for its annual conference in Idaho’s Sun Valley, has hired Bank of America veteran Scott Bacigalupo to expand its stock-trading business, people with knowledge of the matter said.
The New York Attorney General’s office is taking aim at its next target in its year-long inquiry into high-frequency trading abuses through lightly regulated stock markets known as 'dark pools'.
A former JPMorgan trader who was indicted in relation to the London Whale’s losses became the latest banker to go to court over claims a U.K. regulator improperly identified him in a report about the scandal.
After a tough first quarter, M&A activity is picking up again, said John Waldron, co-head of the investment banking division at Goldman Sachs.
When it comes to bankers’ pay, fairness is very much in the eye of the beholder.