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.
Don’t look now, but megacap financial companies are creeping back onto the list of the biggest U.S. companies.
The UK financial regulator has dropped an investigation into a former senior UBS banker caught up in the Libor scandal, after its own review panel found there was not a strong enough case to pursue him.
Investors pulled over $150 million from Pimco's Total Return exchange traded fund in the months leading up to this week's Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) warning of the threat of legal action, new data shows.
Dealmakers facing global turmoil in financial and currency markets since U.K. voters decided to leave the European Union are finding reasons to be positive.
In a surprise move, B. Kevin Turner, Microsoft's COO, is joining hedge fund company Citadel to run its technology-heavy market-making unit.
Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM), the insurance arm of Legal & General, has announced that it has cut the value of its £2.3 billion U.K. property fund by a further 10 percent. The company had earlier made a 5 percent valuation cut as a cautious move in the current market environment.