The U.K. takes its fight against European Union banker-bonus limits to the bloc’s highest court next week, seeking to overturn a ban on awards of more than twice fixed pay.
Jerome Kerviel, the former Societe Generale trader convicted of fraudulent transactions that led to a record loss at the bank, is getting out of jail early.
Credit Suisse is merging its eastern European private banking business with western Europe as it seeks to return to growth after heavy outflows due to crackdowns on untaxed funds in hidden Swiss accounts.
Barclays, Bank of America, Citigroup and 10 other banks were accused in a lawsuit of conspiring to manipulate ISDAfix, a benchmark used to set rates for interest rate derivatives and other financial instruments.
A federal judge upheld an $8 million arbitration ruling against Morgan Stanley in favor of a former energy trader who said he was improperly terminated after refusing to meet with New York law enforcement authorities.
Credit Suisse added private banking to its operations in Toronto as the lender seeks to win business from Canada’s wealthiest individuals.
Barclays Bank is to introduce "finger-vein ID" readers that will allow customers to junk their pin numbers, passwords and authentication codes and instead access their account with just a scan of their digit.
A senior executive at Blackstone thinks big money investors can make piles of cash by betting on the growth of soccer in the U.S.
A survey of more than 50,000 bad decision-makers finds they share a lot of the same traits.
Boutique and private equity firms extremely well represented.