Everyone has an office nemesis.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced an award of more than a million dollars to a compliance professional who provided information that assisted the SEC in an enforcement action against the whistleblower’s company.
Bank of America hired corporate-debt trader Deets Sankaranarayan from Goldman Sachs, according to people familiar with the matter.
As more light is being shed into what led to the "flash crash" of 2010, the need for stronger market regulation becomes more apparent, Elevation Partners' co-founder Roger McNamee said Wednesday.
The Bank Workers Charity (BWC) is supporting this year’s 'Depression Awareness Week' campaign, #standupagainstdepression.
HITC wanted to find out who UK professionals intend to vote for in the upcoming General Election.
Nomura have announced new senior management appointments in its Global Markets, Asia ex-Japan, and EMEA businesses.
Royal Bank of Canada is expanding corporate and investment banking operations in Paris, taking on local and foreign rivals to tap the French market for financing, debt and equity sales, and merger and acquisition advice.
It was 6 May 2010. In the UK it was general election day, in the US,Wall Street was gripped by mounting anxiety about the Greek debt crisis.
"Money can't buy you happiness," some poor fellow once said.
Goldman Sachs could benefit if it expanded its traditional banking by acquiring online brokerage E*Trade Financial given the Wall Street bank's revenue has been largely flat this decade, said CLSA analyst Mike Mayo.
The former global head of trading at the world’s largest asset manager, BlackRock, has joined outsourced trading firm Linear Investment as the fund management industry seeks to cut costs after a tough start to the year.