Leon Cooperman denied insider trading charges against him and his firm Wednesday, saying he would vigorously defend against the accusations.
Warren Buffett, the biggest investor in Wells Fargo, said it’ll be more than a month before he publicly discusses the bank’s phantom-account scandal.
Bank of America and a former managing director agreed to settle a lawsuit in which she accused the institution of being a "bros club" that favoured male employees.
Julius Baer said Asia may overtake Europe as its biggest revenue-generating region, as the wealth manager steps up hiring in Hong Kong and Singapore.
When Barclays in 2012 became the first big bank to be fined for trying to rig the Libor interbank rate, its chief executive lost his job within days.
Britain’s boffins may find time to vacate their libraries and science labs this evening – for they have reason to celebrate.
London's financial industry woke up this morning to a fresh warning that Brexit could cap the size of the sector in the City.
Cooperman says the SEC charges are "without merit" and he plans to fight them.
Truffle Capital, a leading European venture capital firm focused on young innovative companies announces the appointment of Olga Koulechova as Partner and Head of Business Development.
China's sixth-largest lender by assets has raised $7.4bn (£5.6bn) in the world’s biggest initial public offering since Chinese ecommerce retailer Alibaba’s 2014 float.
China Fortune Securities, a partner in a securities joint venture with Morgan Stanley, is set for a listing in the mainland China market through an asset injection into property developer Shanghai China Fortune Co.
Vice-chairman of the Nasdaq exchange says that volatility from the U.S. elections and Brexit had impacted listings in 2016.
The Bank of England has given banks an extra two years to comply with new rules that are intended to avoid a repeat of the taxpayer bailouts needed during the financial crash.