Entries for London’s leading corporate running challenge, the Standard Chartered Great City Race, are now open.
Barclays has handed out shares worth more than £16m to 11 members of its top management team, including chief executive Antony Jenkins.
Sumitomo Mitsui Financial is hiring staff at its investment banking unit as it competes with more established names such as Nomura for bond and share deals.
The bank will probably seek to cut $3.4bn of costs by the end of 2017.
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It’s the smallest division at Goldman Sachs and usually the last one investors ask about. It generated only half as much revenue in 2014 as the rival business at JPMorgan.
Senior bankers will be presumed guilty until proven innocent under strict new rules proposed by British regulators seeking to hold individuals accountable for bank failures.
Standard Chartered paid top managers $36.6m in 2014, a 23% decline, after executive directors relinquished bonuses because of the U.K. bank’s poor performance.
Credit Suisse may be penalized by Japanese financial regulators over a possible information leak at its research department in the country, according to people familiar with the situation.
It is Tuesday 27 June, five days after Britain has voted to leave the European Union.
Russian President Vladimir Putin labeled media reports surrounding the Panama Papers as "provocation" on Thursday and effectively pointed the finger at U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs.