As we come to the end of November, Thomson Reuters looks at how investment banking fees so far this year compare to previous years. Highlights follow below:
Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, has warned that European economies could be hit if their access to the City of London is impeded after Britain leaves the EU.
Massachusetts Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren on Monday criticized Wells Fargo's decision to require customers affected by its unauthorised accounts scandal to go through arbitration rather than allowing them to sue.
Ross, 78, is chairman of WL Ross & Co and has a decades-long history as a distressed debt investor.
Goldman Sachs has conducted an internal review of transactions made by an employee who generated $250m trading junk bonds, finding that they didn’t violate a ban on buying and selling for the bank’s own account, according to people with knowledge of the firm’s actions.
A Citigroup trader fired following global probes into foreign-exchange market manipulation said the bank turned a “blind eye” to sharing client information when it suited the business until regulators began lengthy investigations in 2013.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition is taking aim at former Deutsche Bank CEO Josef Ackermann in a dispute over bonuses, distancing her government from the bank’s legacy in an election year.
Philip Bourchier O’Ferrall, Senior Vice President of media giant Viacom, scooped a top award at the prestigious Heathrow-sponsored European Diversity Awards in London Tuesday night.
Saudi Arabia is transferring $27bn to the sovereign wealth fund to boost investments and diversify from oil.
Falling commercial real estate prices after the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union pose a threat to bank stability because of the market’s reliance on foreign capital, Bank of England said.
The administration of Lehman Brothers’ London arm may not end until 2022, some 14 years after the US investment bank imploded.
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Wells Fargo faces a new U.S. lawsuit claiming that it funneled more than $3bn of employee retirement savings into expensive, underperforming proprietary mutual funds to enrich itself.
The chairman of Nordea Bank said there’s little chance he’ll resume talks to merge with ABN Amro, and signaled no interest in buying shares in the bank from the Dutch government.
Safe-haven bonds are hitting serious tailwids, Nuveen's Bob Doll explained to CNBC's "On the Money."
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Citigroup said this week that it appointed Fabio Fontainha as head of consumer banking for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region, effective December 1.
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Singapore 's monetary authority on Friday announced its intention to issue a prohibition order against a former Goldman Sachs director who was responsible for managing the investment bank's relationship with the controversial Malaysian sovereign wealth fund 1MDB.
Ex-Barclays executive Richard Boath will have to wait until May to pursue a suit against the bank over his dismissal after a London employment tribunal postponed the case because of a related criminal investigation.
Toronto-Dominion Bank and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce reported higher fiscal fourth-quarter profit on gains in capital markets, helping counter slower growth in their domestic retail businesses.