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It was a good U.K. election for candidates from banking, with at least 19 overcoming voter distrust of financiers to win a seat in the incoming Parliament.
Leucadia National said it may triple its money on the bailout of online currency-trading firm FXCM.
Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett have amassed huge fortunes that they're determined to give away through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Shareholder advisory firm ISS has said Deutsche Bank investors should not exonerate the executive board of the firm for recent fines, setting the scene for a possibly stormy annual shareholder meeting on May 21.
Royal Bank of Canada has hired Francis Jackson from JPMorgan to oversee client coverage for asset managers, pensions and sovereign wealth.
Blackstone, the world’s biggest alternative-asset manager, said U.S. regulators have inquired about the firm’s practice of collecting fees from companies it owns.
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Rurik Jutting, the former Bank of America employee charged with murdering two Indonesian women in Hong Kong, had his case transferred to the High Court. He didn’t enter a plea.
Goldman Sachs has reached a preliminary agreement to settle a lawsuit over currency-rate manipulation for $129.5m, a person familiar with the matter said.
The board of Royal Bank of Scotland survived a potential shareholder revolt over executive pay packages yesterday, but warned of continued difficult times ahead as the loss-making bank continues to look to slash costs.
A power woman on Wall Street gives up her job as a stockbroker and portfolio manager to open a cooking school.
Standard Chartered would risk a staff exodus if it cut bonuses, Chairman John Peace said on Wednesday, responding to investor anger over high pay when the bank's shares have tumbled and there will be no final dividend for 2015.