Credit Suisse, two years into a belt-tightening turnaround plan, splurged a bit last month in Texas.
The nearly eight-year legal odyssey of former Goldman Sachs programmer Sergey Aleynikov is not over, after New York State's highest court agreed to review his reinstated conviction for stealing high-frequency trading code.
Heidi Richardson, who leads investment strategy for BlackRock’s exchange-traded funds in the U.S., is leaving the firm.
Wells Fargo will escape further restrictions on its business after U.S. regulators ruled that the lender’s revised plan for how it could be safely unwound in a crisis is good enough - for now.
Deutsche Bank has announced it has hired Philip Pucciarelli and Robert Verdier, two senior Healthcare Investment Bankers, from BMO Capital Markets.
JPMorgan is reshuffling executives in its global cash equities business as it seeks to become one of the world’s three-biggest stock brokers.
European investment banks are set to lose more ground to U.S. rivals in fixed-income and equities trading when they report first-quarter results this week.
City employers are being forced to up pay offers to new recruits in a bid to attract talent amid rising skills shortages, a new survey shows.
When asked if Neuralink was a "counter for Skynet", Elon Musk replied that it was the "aspiration" behind his new venture.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a vice president in the risk management department of a New York-based investment bank with insider trading on confidential information he learned in advance of a private equity firm’s acquisition of a publicly-traded technology company.
'I think that would be a mistake'.
'The region will generate the biggest fees'.
Citi Research believes Goldman's weak trading results were an anomaly.
For years, as Wells Fargo secretly set up millions of fake bank and credit card accounts without customers’ consent, the bank’s federal regulator was learning of hundreds of whistle-blower complaints against the company for its sales tactics.
Businesses "are done trying to read the tea leaves to see what lies ahead", says an analyst as a report shows City jobs growth.
Stemming the tide.
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Morgan Stanley reports better-than-expected quarterly results, bolstered by strong performances from its trading and investment banking businesses.
While shareholder groups largely stuck to criticism of Credit Suisse’s pay plans even after the bank backtracked, its revised proposals won over at least one of its biggest investors.
March saw money came back into the $3.1 trillion industry at the fastest pace since August 2015
A U.S. judge has ordered UBS to face a lawsuit by a former bond strategist who said he was fired in retaliation for refusing to publish misleading research reports and complaining about being pressured to do so.
Deutsche Bank's John Cryan is keeping investors waiting for the return to growth he promised, as trading revenue at Europe’s largest investment bank trailed peers in the first quarter.
Jesse Litvak sought any edge he could find on Wall Street.