Entertainment banker Lisbeth Barron is going it alone.
Massachusetts’ chief securities regulator is investigating a technology failure that caused delays in the pricing of mutual funds and exchange-traded funds for several days last month.
Nomura and Royal Bank of Scotland have agreed to pay up to $33m on top of $806m that a U.S. judge ordered them to pay for making false statements in selling mortgage-backed securities.
Credit Suisse was ordered by a Texas judge to pay Highland Capital Management $287.5m for losses on a $540m refinancing of a shaky real estate development.
The China head of hedge fund manager Man Group said on Monday that she had not been taken into custody by Chinese authorities, denying media reports that said she had been assisting a police investigation into market volatility.
The bank has already cut about 4,000 jobs so far this year.
Abhishek Mistry went out on top.
Over $4 trillion of economic output is at risk in the world's largest cities due to a host of dangers ranging from earthquakes, pandemics, nuclear disasters, terrorism, tsunamis and cyberattacks, according to a new study from Lloyd's of London.
Mizuho Financial Group is expanding its hiring plans for Japan equities to as many as 30 people from 15 as the bank shrugs off global market turmoil to boost its trading and investment banking businesses.
Switzerland's politicians have done too little to protect the country's banks from demands for data from foreign governments, UBS CEO Sergio Ermotti said in an interview published by the SonntagsZeitung newspaper on Sunday.
In an exclusive interview, his first public TV appearance since leaving Morgan Stanley, airing on FOX Business Network’s Wall Street Week, Fleming was asked whether he wants to return to a big global bank.