A female French banker leapt to her death from a 14-storey window at French bank Bred-Banque-Populaire's Paris office after clashing with bosses.
This week a new organisation for London's financial workers was launched - Cityfathers.
A former KPMG partner was sentenced Thursday to 14 months in prison for insider trading that generated more than $1m in illegal profits.
Regulators are stepping up their scrutiny of how gold prices are set, with officials from Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority visiting Societe Generale to observe the so-called London fixing process, two people with knowledge of the matter said.
With $72 billion in deals this week, Goldman Sachs moves into the top spot for WW M&A
What does the word "prosper" mean to you? asked the advert projected on to the main stage of the Royal Festival Hall as part of the warm-up for Barclays' AGM.
Technology companies including Apple and Google on Thursday agreed to settle an embarrassing antitrust lawsuit that exposed the dark side of Silicon Valley’s hiring practices and alleged some of its biggest names colluded in order to avoid poaching each other's talent.
London's biggest and most expensive office building, HSBC Holdings' global headquarters, is up for sale and could fetch more than £1.1 bn ($1.85bn), according to a report in the Financial Times.
Bank of America, one of the nation's largest banks and mortgage providers, has been working aggressively to put its mortgage liabilities behind it. Last month, it announced a $6.3 billion settlement of its outstanding mortgage-security and other contract issues with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Barclays chairman, David Walker, and chief executive, Antony Jenkins, have told CNBC they are confident they have the support of most major institutional shareholders over the bank's pay proposals, as over one third of investors failed to back the bank's pay policy.