The banker faces life in prison if convicted.
More than Jamie Dimon.
Bank of America's first-quarter earnings may not blow investors away, but they may be the best of what is likely to be a lackluster bank earnings season.
JPMorgan has named John Horner treasurer and chief investment officer, succeeding Craig Delany, who announced his retirement last month.
He 'screwed this up'.
A senior HSBC executive has privately admitted that the bank is “cast-iron certain” to have another major regulatory breach in the future, and is struggling on multiple fronts to clean up its worldwide operations.
Paul Tudor Jones, who last week warned of the rising wealth gap sparking a revolution, just spent $71 million on an estate in Palm Beach, Florida.
Two members of UBS's Wealth Management Americas' executive committee have stepped down, while Robert McCann, the bank's most senior executive in the United States, is among six officials whose titles have changed from chief executive to president.
The big currency swings of the past three months have whipsawed many investors. Wall Street may end up loving the action.
Pacific Investment Management Co. accused American International Group of misleading investors about 'colossal' losing bets on unregulated credit-default swaps and subprime debt before the 2008 financial crisis.
If you were expecting some revolutionary zeal from HSBC's shareholders at today's AGM, you might be surprised at how easily the bank's executive pay has been approved.
British banks are set to post first quarter profits this week that are weighed down by the rising risk of Brexit, bad debt, and poor investment banking performance.
Bob Diamond has teamed up with a major private equity firm as he attempts to develop plans to mount a bid for the African operations of Barclays, the bank he ran until four years ago.