Sad to report.
In 2011, Dean O'Malley walked away from a high-paying job with no plans for the future, other than to escape the world of finance.
'It's a war'.
Royal Bank of Canada is exiting wealth management in the Caribbean and reviewing its Swiss operations as the lender extends a retreat in its international wealth business that began last year in Latin America.
Mathew Martoma has started his nine-year prison term for insider trading at a “low security” federal prison in Miami at a time that most of the former hedge fund traders and analysts also convicted in the federal government’s long-running investigation have paid their debt to society.
The U.S. government is about to take the plunge into trading “dark pools.”
Bosses at Goldman Sachs castigated a junior employee for questioning a trade the bank conducted on behalf of Libya’s sovereign wealth fund, warning him that it was not his business to get involved.
A court in Hong Kong on Monday adjourned the trial of a 29-year-old British banker charged with killing two women until July because of the length of time needed for prosecutors to prepare their case.
Royal Bank of Scotland has said it overstated a key capital ratio in last month’s European stress test, sending the stock briefly to a three-week low.
The European Central Bank has dropped Citigroup from its experts' working group on foreign exchange, days after the U.S. bank was fined by U.S. and UK regulators for failing to stop traders from trying to manipulate the currency market.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced the payment of almost $2m to three whistleblowers.
The father of convicted Libor trader Tom Hayes has said that fresh evidence could clear his son’s name, and claimed that a conspiracy between the political and legal establishments has made a scapegoat out of the former UBS and Citigroup trader.