The name missing from BNP Paribas's grovelling statement of "deep regret" for busting US sanctions was that of Baudouin Prot, the bank's current chairman and former long-serving chief executive.
At the height of the eurozone crisis the Bank of England warned the Treasury that it needed a comprehensive contingency plan to prop up Britain's banks, documents published by the central bank have revealed.
Clearly the place to be.
Hays Financial Markets, the leading recruiting expert, has been named as Best Temp / Interim Recruitment Firm by global financial website HITC.
The World Cup match between the U.S. and Belgium looks like a great case of timing the market.
Morgan Stanley is further opening the social media door for its brokers by allowing them to post self-authored content on firm-approved Twitter accounts.
UBS is arranging more covered bonds than its competitors for the first time in at least 15 years even after the bank scaled back its fixed income business and focused on wealthy clients.
U.S. prosecutors have recommended that Jesse Litvak, the former Jefferies trader convicted of defrauding investors in mortgage bond trades after the financial crisis, be sentenced to nine years in prison and a $5m fine.
Blackstone Group, already the largest investor in hedge funds, is signing on a team of three traders for the first such fund that it will manage directly, according to two people with knowledge of the plans.
Morgan Stanley wants to pay out a smaller portion of wealth management revenue to the retail brokers who generate it, the final and perhaps most difficult front in Chief Executive James Gorman's drive to reduce staff costs across the bank.
A former senior trader at Royal Bank of Scotland who lost his job amid the currency market rigging scandal, won part of an employment lawsuit but received no compensation because a London judge said he would have been fired anyway.
Aberdeen Asset Management chairman Roger Cornick is to retire at the end of the financial year, the group said this morning, as it warned on the outlook amid ongoing market volatility.
Goldman Sachs has announced the launch of an apprenticeship programme in London, in partnership with Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). From Autumn 2016, a class of apprentices will join the ‘Degree Apprenticeship Programme’, a flagship scheme launched by the UK government in March 2015.