The bosses of large banks should be paid no more than people at the top of the civil service, David Cameron's former director of strategy has said.
A global shift to more insecure jobs since the financial crisis is fuelling growing inequality and higher rates of poverty, according to a new report that estimates only a quarter of the world’s workers are on permanent contracts.
Eighth grader holds CEO to account.
Wives living in New York's prestigious Upper East Side are given performance-related bonuses at the end of each year by their investment banker husbands, it has been claimed.
There’s good news for Europe’s bond traders: at least one corner of the market is still hiring.
The New York Federal Reserve’s lead supervisor of Goldman Sachs has quit for a job advising other financial firms, triggering concerns within the Wall Street bank that some of its business secrets might not stay so secret.
Morgan Stanley named John Esposito as global co-head of the financial institutions banking group to succeed Jonathan Pruzan, who was named chief financial officer in March.
The City watchdog is expected to hand out its biggest-ever fine to Barclays on Wednesday as the British bank becomes the last major financial institution to settle foreign exchange rigging allegations in the UK.
The latest “Bank on Your People” survey, investigating the state of employee wellbeing in the financial sector has just been released and the findings are very interesting.
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Investors poured an estimated $144m into the Janus Global Unconstrained Bond Fund in May, the most new money going to Bill Gross’s mutual fund since December 2014.
John Cryan’s plan to revamp Deutsche Bank risks unraveling as the departure of the chief executive officer’s most senior hire presents one more false start to a strategy he laid out last year.
A CITY banker who blew nearly all his family's money on spread betting because he did not want to be seen as a "wimp" by co-workers has been ordered to hand every penny that is left to his ex-wife.