Deutsche Bank has sued to block some of its former wealth-management employees from joining competitor HPM Partners LLC, including two who claim they were forced out after being pressured to sell products that weren’t good for their clients.
Forbes has "leaned in," releasing its list of the world's 100 most powerful women, looking largely outside the corporate C-suite for power players.
Another big Wall Street bank is reporting some serious problems with its trading book, raising questions over just how bad things are getting for big financial institutions.
Ian Hannam, the former JP Morgan Cazenove banker who was once one of the City's most feted financiers, has lost his appeal against a ruling that he committed market abuse.
Standard Chartered has announced the appointment of John Cusack as Global Head, Financial Crime Compliance (FCC) and Group Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO).
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JPMorgan said a pair of wrong-way bets made by clients at the start of the year is partly to blame for Wall Street’s trading slowdown.
Bank of America is looking to diversify its investment banking business by doing more equity underwriting and merger advisory work and by winning more clients outside the United States, a senior executive said on Tuesday.
Fabrice Tourre, the former Goldman Sachs vice president found liable for his part in selling a pre-crisis mortgage security that lost value, said he won’t file an appeal in the civil case.
JPMorgan has hired Nick Malangone from Goldman Sachs to bolster a team overseeing funds for insurance-company clients.
Citigroup, which pioneered the era of global megabanks before almost collapsing in the financial crisis, just slid behind Wells Fargo to rank as the US’s fourth-biggest bank.
Michael Steinberg, a former fund manager at SAC Capital Advisors, is free and clear of all allegations that he traded on insider tips after a 3 1/2-year fight with prosecutors and regulators.