JPMorgan has rehired a trader from HSBC as the bank sets up prime brokerage operations in South Africa for the first time.
New York state's banking regulator has intensified an investigation into Promontory Financial Group, a global consulting firm, over its work for Standard Chartered, according to a person familiar with the matter.
JPMorgan still has a shortfall of as much as $12.5bn in meeting capital rules approved by the Federal Reserve on Monday.
Five years after Dodd-Frank, we're still waiting for Wall Street pay reform, says Sarah Anderson.
The prosecution in the first trial of a defendant accused of rigging Libor told the jury on Monday that what mattered was the dishonest intent to influence benchmark interest rates for profit, not the outcome of the manipulation.
In the latest move from regulators to prevent banks from being too big to fail, eight institutions have been hit with capital surcharges.
Complying with European Union regulations costs British asset managers $3.13bn a year and the EU should find ways to cut managers' costs when they sell their funds across the bloc, a report said on Monday.
Morgan Stanley delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations on Monday.
Fashion designer Alexander McQueen, author and illustrator Beatrix Potter and Gerry Anderson, creator of the science-fiction puppet show Thunderbirds, are among hundreds of figures from the art world nominated to appear on the new £20 note.
The gold price fell to its lowest for more than five years as the precious metal was buffeted by the deal to avert a Greek bankruptcy, a potential US interest rate increase and a sharp sell-off in China.
Garret Jankowski, a former loans trader at Credit Suisse, joined broker-dealer Bay Crest Partners this month.
Barclays fostered a culture where traders faced "significant consequences," including firings, if they didn’t follow instructions of bosses, according to a former trader at the bank on trial for rigging Libor.