European DCM activity totals $1.1 trillion, up 8% compared to YTD 2013
A 'boorish' initiation ritual allegedly called 'the run'.
Before Cristina Monteiro, a Managing Director at JPMorgan, flies abroad, she first checks to see where her colleagues will be sitting - and then chooses her own seat on the other side of the plane.
The second Finance Rocks! event is taking place at the world famous 100 Club on Wednesday 11th June.
A Chinese banker is facing jail after he taunted police by sending them pictures of himself drink driving.
Nomura, trying to regain its lost dominance in advising on Japanese mergers and acquisitions, is facing tough competition from bigger rivals and some bad luck.
Deutsche Bank is preparing for fines in connection with investigations into possible manipulation of emerging markets currency rates and is also braced for civil lawsuits, two sources familiar with the views of the bank's management said.
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.
HSBC said on Monday it was being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission in relation to hiring practices of candidates with ties to government officials in Asia.
Milan prosecutors are investigating Credit Suisse on suspicion of money laundering and tax evasion over billions of euros of insurance policies sold Italian clients and used to shield funds from authorities, people with knowledge of the case said.
Garth Ritchie, who leads Deutsche Bank’s trading business, told staff the firm is targeting a profitability target of more than 10% for the unit as Europe’s largest investment bank reorganizes in a bid to boost returns.