A former Wells Fargo compliance officer accused of altering a document sought by U.S. securities regulators for an insider trading investigation won the dismissal of her case Wednesday after a judge ruled against sanctioning her.
The final defendant in the $68bn (£44bn) Bernard Madoff fraud case has been jailed.
Bank of America is pulling its wealthy clients’ money from one of billionaire John Paulson’s hedge funds and reviewing another because of concern that large positions may be hard to sell.
It's well-established that women often encounter a different set of expectations in the workplace, but new research has put a dollar figure on gender bias in the office.
Following the 14-year jail sentence of a former City of London trader convicted of rate-fixing, basing indexes on bank-supplied estimates has had its day, the chief executive of the London Stock Exchange Group told CNBC on Wednesday.
As an intern, it's often the smallest details that can make or break your future in the industry.
'We are on strike'.
The bank is expected to defend itself vigorously.
Emolument.com has analysed 2015 salary data from 493 associates working in London Investment banks front office.
The one area of Europe’s structured credit markets where it’s worth adding resources is collateralised loan obligations, if Barclays is anything to go by.
France is already thinking about how to nab the City's best bankers after Britain voted to leave the European Union.
Berkshire Hathaway has applied to the Federal Reserve to expand its Wells Fargo holding beyond 10 percent.
Fines imposed by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the first half of 2016 have fallen to £7.2m – less than 1% of the figure of a year before.