Morgan Stanley Chairman and CEO James Gorman said anybody who thinks bitcoin will be stable is "deluding themselves."
The European Central Bank has warned banks that some of their Brexit plans are inadequate as they involve setting up “empty shell” operations in the EU that are not properly staffed.
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HSBC has agreed to pay $353m to settle a long-running investigation into tax evasion by French citizens via its private bank in Switzerland, the lender said on Tuesday.
David Davis has committed to protecting talent within financial services after Brexit, as he gives his clearest indication of the government's thinking for the sector yet.
The UK's top financial regulator today warned Britons of the dangers of investing in cryptocurrency contracts for difference (CFDs).
'We gave a three-year program because that is how long it takes to get anywhere'.
Germany’s Commerzbank has become the target of a tax evasion probe in which several current and former managers are suspected of evading £35.59m in taxes via so-called dividend stripping.
British businesswoman Amanda Staveley ’s $1 billion civil lawsuit against Barclays will not go to trial before October 2019 to avoid any prejudice to a parallel criminal case, a London court ruled on Wednesday.
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group on Wednesday sued New York’s banking regulator to stop its effort to continue to supervise Japan’s largest lender after it switched its state branches to federal oversight this week, according to court filings.
We thought it would be interesting to republish something we first posted a few years ago about the impact of not making the grade at Partner Managing Director level over at Goldman Sachs.
Goldman Sachs announced it has named 509 new managing directors, the second-highest employee rank behind partner.
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The Department of Justice announced Thursday that an initial distribution had begun to more than 24,000 victims of Madoff's Ponzi scheme.
President Trump and Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein "are both driven by the mission and feel like they need to get the mission accomplished," Cohn says.
The UK is finalising arrangements for a $2bn (£1.52bn) loan guarantee to Saudi Arabia’s national oil company, but the government has denied the support is in any way linked to the the state-owned firm’s potential listing on the London Stock Exchange.
JPMorgan is looking at allowing its clients to trade bitcoin futures, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
HSBC’s Swiss private bank today received a record fine from Hong Kong authorities for “systemic failings” around selling derivatives from US bank Lehman Brothers weeks before its devastating collapse.
Activist investor Sir Chris Hohn Tuesday lashed out at the London Stock Exchange (LSE) Group, saying that its board appears to be threatening a "character assassination" of its outgoing chief executive Xavier Rolet.