John McFarlane has a fearsome reputation for shaking up companies soon after he joins them.
Jon Corzine and other former MF Global Holdings officials have reached a $64.5m settlement of litigation brought by investors seeking to hold them liable for the now-defunct futures brokerage's 2011 bankruptcy.
Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group plans to hire about a dozen bankers for initial public offerings, a move that could challenge Nomura's stronghold as the biggest manager of debut share sales in Japan.
JPMorgan will create 1,000 jobs and retain over 2,600 workers in Jersey City, and invest more than $76m in New Jersey under a state tax credit program.
Former Lehman CEO Dick Fuld is selling his 71-acre Idaho ranch, in what is likely to become the most expensive residential property ever sold at auction, according to sources familiar with the transaction.
A new regulatory regime in the City of London intended to hold individuals to account for their actions could be extended to traders who had not expected to be covered by the rules.
Commodity traders in Chicago and New York aren’t ready to call it quits even after CME Group shut most of the futures pits in both cities.
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The bank described the video as 'abhorrent' and apologized for any offence caused.
The most scandalous episodes in the new book by @GSElevator aren't the many salacious stories of deviance, debauchery, and excess but rather alleged bond market practices that include horse-trading of favours between bankers and investors — and a secret handshake agreement struck in a Hong Kong hotel.
Britain is likely to enter a recession within the year as a result of last week's vote to leave the European Union, a decision that will stunt global economic growth as well, Goldman Sachs' top economists said on Sunday.
Bankers and lawyers advising companies on takeovers and initial public offerings from London to New York fretted over their deals on Friday, after a British vote to leave the European Union poleaxed company valuations and executive confidence.
As the reality of Britain’s exit from the European Union set in Friday, London’s top lawyers worked to reassure anxious clients that everything was going to be fine, even if they couldn’t offer firm predictions about what happens next.