The results of the Third Round of HITC's Best Place to Work in the Financial Markets poll are in.
A Swiss investor adviser group said Credit Suisse shareholders should vote against the bank’s 2017 compensation plan, splitting with overseas advisers that backed changes made following uproar last year.
Back in the 1990s, the share-trading website E*Trade used to run a television advert featuring a cocky young financial adviser counselling a grey-haired client.
Two U.S. regulators have proposed Wells Fargo pay $1bn in penalties to resolve probes into auto insurance and mortgage lending abuses at the third largest U.S. bank, overshadowing its first quarter results.
Wall Street giant Citigroup has topped expectations in its first quarter results.
J.P. Morgan Chase reported earnings that beat on both the top and bottom line Friday, although trading revenue growth remained light.
The London Stock Exchange has ended its six-month search for a new chief executive by appointing Goldman Sachs banker David Schwimmer to replace Xavier Rolet, who was pushed out in November.
Wells Fargo's stock may still be feeling the effect of its sales scandal, but the end should be in sight, bank analyst Scott Siefers told CNBC on Friday.
Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor for April 2018.
As Wall Street's financial giants get set to report first-quarter earnings and provide a look ahead for the days to come, hopes are high. Corporate profits overall are expected to have risen 17 percent for the three-month period, but the financial sector has drawn especially keen interest.
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As investors turn more positive on Credit Suisse’s turnaround plan, they’re also lifting the siege on the board over the bank’s compensation policy.
Mark Zuckerberg answered questions on how Facebook will handle future elections, whether it was a monopoly, and how it should be regulated.
JPMorgan Chase was sued for charging "sky-high" interest rates and fees to customers who used their credit cards to buy cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.
The results of the Quarter-final of HITC's Best Place to Work in the Financial Markets poll are in.
The biggest U.S. banks reported record first-quarter profits on the back of their stock-trading units. Investors expecting the same from the Europeans may be disappointed.
Philip Hammond has said the UK and the EU's agreement on a transition deal has ended fears of bankers flocking to the continent post-Brexit.