Germany ECM activity totals $5.0 billion for YTD 2014, up 55% compared to a year ago
Ralph Janvey has spent years searching for billions lost in the Stanford Ponzi scheme. CNBC's Scott Cohn sits down with him in an exclusive interview.
Goldman Sachs beat back more than $300m in claims from two co-founders of Marvell Technology Group who alleged the investment bank tricked them into selling shares of their company.
The worldwide investigation into allegations of manipulation in the global currency market took another twist on Thursday, as Bank of America suspended a senior trader in London, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
Dorian S Nakamoto, the Japanese-American man named as bitcoin inventor Satoshi Nakamoto, has denied any link to the digital currency amid a farcical media chase through Los Angeles.
Thousands of Credit Suisse’s U.S. clients still don’t know whether tax authorities will learn their identities as prosecutors work to conclude a three-year probe of how the bank helped them evade taxes.
Banks are failing to rein in excessive payouts for staff below the boardroom level despite a public backlash against a bonus culture blamed for contributing to the financial crisis, say leading investors.
This is what "pay for performance," as practised by Barclays, looks like: in a year in which profits fell by a third, shareholders' dividends were flat and the share price went sideways, 481 employees collected £1m or more. That was 53 more than in 2012.
Royal Bank of Scotland is poised to release millions of pounds worth of shares to its top executive team through bonus schemes put in place by the loss-making bank over the last three years.
The bailed-out Lloyds Banking Group is to take an unexpected £1bn accounting charge as the result of a complex scheme to buy back financial instruments it issued during the banking crisis.
The fall from grace for China’s biggest brokerage and investment bank, Citic Securities, has been fast and steep.
Norwegian entrepreneur Alexander Vik showed up in London court Friday to fight a claim that he hid assets to avoid paying more than $250m in legal fees to Deutsche Bank, saying that he owes double that to his own father.
Bankers call them “elephant deals” – blockbusting takeover bids that slam together vast global businesses.