London's reputation as the divorce capital of the super-rich has been earned through a number of headline-grabbing, hefty settlements being set in its courts - but the era of wealthy divorce tourists flocking to the U.K. may be coming to a close.
Royal Bank of Scotland plans to pay £588m in staff bonuses despite suffering an £8.24bn loss for last year.
Senators have called on the US justice department to force the Swiss banking group Credit Suisse to hand over the names of thousands of US citizens who used its accounts to evade taxes.
BNP Paribas co-heads of fixed income in the Americas, Kip Testwuide and Christian Mundigo, are being replaced by Bob Hawley, who now leads the business in the Asia-Pacific region.
Three former Barclays Libor traders were charged by a U.K. prosecutor in a London court Wednesday in the latest criminal action in a two-year investigation of the interest rate benchmark.
Bank of America, the bank that turned to Warren Buffett in 2011 for a capital injection, reached a deal with the billionaire’s company to change terms so the investment is treated more favorably by regulators.
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Practices used by the firm said to 'belong in a spy novel'.
Among the soundbites that came from a lengthy and, at times, bizarre interview with Bill Gross on Tuesday afternoon, was the fact that the bond fund manager started a conga line on the trading floor 'to let employees know it was okay to scream and shout and let it all out'.
Mike Mayo, the analyst who sparred at JPMorgan’s 2013 investor day with CEO Jamie Dimon, challenged the bank Tuesday about the logic of holding an asset-management business.
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Frank Sinatra's favorite toast was, "May you live to be 100, and may the last voice you hear be mine."
The probability of another financial crisis hitting the UK will be cut by a third if Britain’s biggest banks find a further £27bn of special capital in the next four years, according to the Bank of England.