This software-based process will supplement the bank's annual review process with more frequently occurring check-ins, the company said.
Paul Walsh, the former Diageo boss, will not seek re-election at the bank's AGM after voting advisers warned he was too busy.
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Officials of two large California public retirement systems said Friday they are voting against nine of 15 Wells Fargo & Co directors up for election at the bank's annual meeting next week, citing the bank's phony-account scandal.
The government has recouped the £20.3bn it ploughed into Lloyds Banking Group during the financial crisis, the chancellor has claimed.
Jupiter Asset Management is under fire from its shareholders after attempting to give a lavish pay increase to its boss.
When I was at UBS in New York many moons ago, the firm announced an end to the free lunch policy at the pantries on each corner of the massive dealing floor. As soon as this policy got out, many of the guys in corporate bond sales starting stockpiling free bottles of soda and water under their desks.
It was going to be like joining Goldman Sachs - without going attending all the interviews.
Deutsche Bank was hit with the Federal Reserve’s first major fine for failing to ensure traders abide by the Volcker Rule’s ban on risky market bets - and will pay even more for letting currency desks chat online with competitors, allegedly revealing positions.
Around 1990 I was appointed to a subsidiary board of the Norwich Union Group (now Aviva) and was one of the first women to become a director there. That much was obvious because, in the hallowed Marble Hall that provided the board room and senior executive offices, there were no facilities for women. And, at my first board meeting, the chairman assumed that I was there to take notes.
While shareholder groups largely stuck to criticism of Credit Suisse’s pay plans even after the bank backtracked, its revised proposals won over at least one of its biggest investors.
March saw money came back into the $3.1 trillion industry at the fastest pace since August 2015
Citigroup has appointed Carmen Haddad to rebuild its Saudi Arabian business more than 10 years after losing a key banking license in the kingdom, according to people familiar with the matter.
Peter Benoist, the former head of US distressed trading at Barclays, has set up Oakland Capital Partners to provide growth capital and management support to small businesses, according to sources.
A federal judge has dismissed the remaining charges against a former JPMorgan Chase investment banking analyst accused of engaging in an insider trading scheme, after a jury in February largely acquitted him.
BlackRock's Larry Fink calls himself a big music fan, but an interview reveals he's more than just a fan.
It has come to our attention that some members of staff are making politically incorrect comments to fellow employees, and even business contacts.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon was in a good mood on Thursday.
Credit Suisse’s efforts to avoid a shareholder revolt over compensation for top executives and directors have failed to convince at least one main opponent.
Unilever and Reckitt Benckiser Group have picked Morgan Stanley to advise on their planned food brand disposals, sources said on Thursday, giving the U.S. investment bank a seat at two of the consumer industry's most sought-after tables.
Deutsche Bank's John Cryan is keeping investors waiting for the return to growth he promised, as trading revenue at Europe’s largest investment bank trailed peers in the first quarter.
Jesse Litvak sought any edge he could find on Wall Street.
JPMorgan Chase is not liable to a group of former customers of Bernard Madoff who blamed the bank for being actively involved in his Ponzi scheme and ignoring red flags of fraud, a federal appeals court ruled on Wednesday.