The day after Thomas Hayes was dismissed by Citigroup for rigging Libor, the derivatives trader fired off an e-mail accusing his boss of manipulating similar benchmarks.
Deutsche Bank’s global head of mergers and acquisitions, Henrik Aslaksen, is leaving the bank, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR) with misallocating more than $17m in so-called 'broken deal' expenses to its flagship private equity funds in breach of its fiduciary duty.
Men are more likely to work longer hours at work, but women are more likely to complain about it.
Deutsche Bank is considering cutting about 100 jobs in Russia as the country’s economic slump brings dealmaking to a halt, according to people with knowledge of the plan.
HSBC said it was 'monitoring the developments' in Greece after the country imposed capital controls and shut banks to avert financial collapse. HSBC’s $6bn of Greek assets is the most among European banks.
Deutsche Bank said co-Chief Executive Officer Anshu Jain didn’t mislead Germany’s central bank during an investigation of Libor rigging.
Bill Gross is here for his favourite doughnut, the cake one with coconut frosting, but he’s not going to get it, not today.
Three traders suing the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority over improper identification in bank settlement notices were given the green light by a London judge to proceed with their cases.
HSBC has hired Lilia Karboub from Deutsche Bank to trade credit-derivatives indexes in London, according to two people familiar with the matter.
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.
Global markets are “overreacting” to the British vote to exit the European Union, UBS’s China head Eugene Qian said, as he called on clients to stay focused on their long-term investment strategies.