Martin Werner, co-head of Goldman Sachs' investment banking business in Latin America, will depart the Wall Street bank at the end of this year, according to a person familiar with the situation.
Wall Street banks are writing some of their biggest cheques ever to fund AT&T’s takeover of Time Warner as they seek a bonanza of fees. But there’s a dose of concern that the $40bn loan pledge may get caught up in a regulatory impasse.
One of Royal Bank of Canada's (RBC) executive stalwarts will retire at the end of January the bank announced this morning.
Thirty years ago this week, the City of London underwent a transformation that would set it on a path to global dominance in financial services.
Two women were found dead in his appartment.
Howard Fischer, wearing a white shirt and khakis, leans back into a window seat at a juice bar in Greenwich, Connecticut, sips a cold-brewed Mexican mocha and shares his angst.
London's biggest banks could start leaving the capital within the next few months, according to one of the Square Mile's most important figures.
Deutsche Bank is expected to report a loss when it reveals its results on Thursday.
Citigroup is weighing subleasing space in London’s Canary Wharf district after cutting staff numbers in the U.K. capital, according to three people with knowledge of the plan.
JP Morgan Cazenove has been appointed to oversee the sale of London Stock Exchange’s Paris-based clearing business LCH SA for up to €500m, a deal crucial to the success of the company’s merger with Deutsche Boerse.