TP Icap, the world's largest interdealer broker, has revealed today that it is in talks with a number of European financial regulators about moving its "EU trading hub" from London post-Brexit.
European banks have until 2020 to sort out the replacement for the euro version of the Libor benchmark rate, according to the EU markets regulator.
In a year that has seen shares of many banks hit new highs, one name has noticeably lagged the rest of the sector: Goldman Sachs. But, according to one top technician, now might be the time to bet on one of Wall Street's oldest banks.
Saudi Aramco could first issue stock on its home stock market and privately place shares in the hands of big Asian investors before facing the complexity of listing on an international stock exchange.
Google will stop serving any ads related to cryptocurrencies.
The chief executive of London-listed Jupiter Fund Management has said the asset management industry is on the "cusp of a significant change".
London has overtaken New York as the top real estate investment spot for Norway's massive $1 trillion (£715bn) sovereign wealth fund.
David M. Solomon will become sole president and chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs as of April 20, the company said Monday.
Barclays has handed out more than £20m in shares to its senior executives, despite missing profit expectations.
The race to succeed Lloyd Blankfein as the chief executive of Goldman Sachs has narrowed to one candidate after the surprise departure of one of the US investment bank’s top executives.
J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon also tells Bloomberg the tariffs "could offset some of the huge positive we had from competitive tax reform."
Morgan Stanley is benefiting from merger mania this year.
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J.P. Morgan Co-president Daniel Pinto believes equity markets could see as much as a 40 percent correction within the next few years.
Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.’s bankruptcy estate will pay $2.38 billion to compensate for its role in the previous decade’s mortgage crisis, a federal judge decided, far less than the $11.4 billion some hedge funds had sought.
Billionaire Warren Buffett relies on centuries-old methods, such as storytelling, to build trust in him and his company, Berkshire Hathaway.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced settled charges against Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc. for its failure to perform required gatekeeping functions in the unregistered sales of securities on behalf of a China-based issuer and its affiliates.
Goldman Sachs' chief executive is preparing an exit by the end of the year, according to The Wall Street Journal.
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