By as much as 25%.
For traders at Lloyds Banking Group, 'every little helps' when rigging benchmark interest rates, according to transcripts of conversations released by regulators as part of the bank’s settlement.
Tech companies will be slashing more jobs this year than they did last year, according to a report by Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
Doctors have been swearing the Hippocratic Oath since the fifth century BC, where they promise to "do no harm" to their patients.
Staff at British banks could be made to hand back bonuses more than six years after the money has been paid to them under a regime that will amount to the world's toughest rules on clawing back remuneration.
Goldman Sachs denied gender bias in compensation and tolerating a 'boys’ club' atmosphere of excessive drinking and strip-club trips as it sought to quash a bid to unite female associates and vice presidents in a class action for discrimination.
UBS on Tuesday became the latest bank to say it is cooperating with inquiries about alternative trading system, also known as 'dark pools', from various American regulators.
Antony Jenkins’s two-year report card is due tomorrow, and it’s shaping up to be a bleak read.
The average company boss is 54 years old, male and studied economics at Oxford, Cambridge or Harvard, according to a survey of management in eight countries.
Lloyds Banking Group has suspended seven employees after it was hit with a £226m bill from regulators on both sides of the Atlantic for rigging crucial interest rates.
A former Deutsche Bank managing director at the centre of the U.K.’s biggest insider trading case said nerves, and the aftermath of a night of drinking, resulted in his misleading answers to police and regulators during his initial questioning in 2010.
Nomura and United Overseas Bank are among the banks considering bids for Barclays’ Singapore and Hong Kong private-wealth business, according to people familiar with the matter.
Guy Hands' private equity firm, Terra Firma, has announced its chief executive is planning to step down.