Donors from companies and wealthy families around the world have raised nearly $550 million for a scholarship program promoting U.S.-China relations.
Morgan Stanley is close to picking Frankfurt for its new European Union hub in preparation for Britain’s departure from the bloc, two people briefed on the matter said.
The head of Venezuela’s National Assembly asked U.S. authorities to investigate a $2.9 billion bond deal involving Goldman Sachs and Nomura Securities, saying the transaction fleeced the country for the benefit of political elites.
London is facing renewed pressure over its dominance of the €1tn (£880bn)-a-day euro clearing market after the European Central Bank set out proposals aimed at giving it more oversight of the lucrative business.
The Bank of England (BoE) has been let off the hook by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) over liquidity auctions it held in the financial crisis.
In the year since the UK voted for Brexit, one of the hot topics for discussion in the City has been job moves.
A Shanghai court penalized Yishidun International Trading $101 million and issued suspended prison sentences for two of its executives in China’s first criminal case against a high-speed trading firm.
Two Japanese banks are to shift some of their London operations to Germany as a result of the UK’s Brexit vote.
America's 34 largest banks have all passed the first stage of the Federal Reserve's annual stress tests, meaning they would have enough capital to meet regulatory requirements during a severe economic crisis.
For the third year in a row, Forbes tracked down the wealthiest person in each U.S. state.
Being heard at work, writes Krawcheck, is a prerequisite for getting ahead.
Barclays bank and four of its former senior staff have been charged by the Serious Fraud Office with conspiracy to commit fraud and the provision of unlawful financial assistance, in the biggest case since the credit crunch.
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Barclays has paid out an estimated £18bn in bonuses since 2008, the year it raised almost £12bn to bolster its financial position and avoid a taxpayer bailout.
Goldman was among the big Wall Street banks that were vilified during the fallout from the 2008 financial crisis.
JPMorgan Chase won a ruling overturning a 2016 employment tribunal decision that found a former currency salesman was improperly fired in the wake of the foreign-exchange manipulation scandal.
'I kind of have to be the champion of our people'.
Jefferies Group posted a 33% drop in quarterly bond-trading revenue, signaling weakness in a business that’s been a strength for Wall Street in the past year. Investment banking jumped on gains in debt underwriting.
Citigroup has created three new business units to meet demand for passive investments such as exchange-traded funds, according to a copy of a memo seen by Bloomberg.
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The Bank of England is to force banks to hold more capital in the face of rapid growth in lending on credit cards, car finance and personal loans.
Citigroup has hired Toby Ali from Bank of America Merrill Lynch to co-head its leveraged finance business in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
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