UBS will restart investment banking operations in Brazil as early as this week, sources said, almost five years after the bank sold its highly profitable securities unit there following the global financial crisis.
The falling out between Bill Gross and his one-time partner Mohamed El-Erian has quickly turned into one of the ugliest bust-ups in recent history.
Societe Generale was sued in the U.K. by the Libyan Investment Authority, after the sovereign-wealth fund sued Goldman Sachs in January over derivatives trades.
The Bank of England is to launch an independent inquiry into allegations it allowed manipulation of the foreign exchange market.
There were 72 uses of the vacuous phrase "Go-To" in Barclays' annual report.
The ratio of women to men in management-level positions has stagnated and, at the current rate, it will take 75 years for there to be equal numbers of men and women at the top level.
A fifth of British workers expect to be working until at least they're 70 with a just over a half of them believing they'll be better-off than their parents - way below the global average of 70 percent, new research shows.
Deutsche Bank denied a German newspaper report on Friday that claimed a senior bank official knew of alleged currency market manipulation efforts as far back as 2006.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has given 11 directors a share package worth up to £18.25m ($30.47m).
It took about four years for the Bank of England, under Lord King's governorship, to be persuaded to examine its performance and decision-making during the financial crisis.