Credit Suisse CFO David Mathers said the bank’s macro business, which combines interest rates, foreign-exchange and commodities trading, remained 'difficult' in the second quarter.
Former hedge fund analyst Matthew Teeple pleaded guilty on Wednesday to a criminal conspiracy charge in connection with the 2008 takeover of a technology company.
We could do without another blow-up.
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).
A way to fine-tune their brains - and up their games.
Equities and fixed-income are challenging.
Banking experts have questioned Sir John Vickers’s claims that the Bank of England is not doing enough to shore up the British banking industry, saying more capital requirements for lenders would hurt the real economy.
London is on its way to becoming a city of renters, ending a century-long trend towards homeownership, new research reveals this morning.
UBS has begun scoring employees specifically on their behaviour, meaning year-end bonuses could be affected by whether they act ethically or are team players, two sources familiar with the policy said on Monday.