It is exceedingly rare for Goldman to hire anyone, let alone a woman, laterally into its coveted partnership ranks.
Think bank executives bring home the bacon ? Think again.
'Suicide became an option'.
Hoping the third time's the charm, the bankrupt city of Detroit says it has reached a tentative, $85 million deal to settle so-called "swaps" contracts with UBS and Bank of America Merrill Lynch, after previous agreements were deemed too expensive.
JPMorgan has agreed to pay bond insurer Syncora Guarantee $400m to end lawsuits over mortgage-backed securities.
An investment banker who claims an imposter stood in for him at his own wedding has failed in his attempt to avoid a big money divorce suit.
Bankers who earn more than $1.4m won the chance of a reprieve from European Union bonus curbs as regulators published a blueprint to implement rules on rewards for irresponsible risk-taking.
A headache is growing for Citigroup as a banking affiliate involved in money transfers across the Mexican border has become ensnared in a criminal investigation.
The Board of Directors of Goldman Sachs has announced the appointment of Peter Oppenheimer as an independent director of the firm, effective immediately.
Executives of the Carlyle Group are preparing to sell shares in the private equity firm for the first time since it went public two years ago.
As iconic brands are snapped up and corporations merged and swallowed in a record-breaking whirl of deals, there has been one constant: Goldman Sachs.
Royal Bank of Scotland CEO Ross McEwan said the restructuring of the investment bank is 'very well advanced' and it will return to profit within four years, as he continues to shrink the division’s global operations to focus on U.K. and western European clients.
Wells Fargo is buying about 500,000 square feet of office space at 30 Hudson Yards and plans to relocate the New York headquarters of its securities unit to the skyscraper, which is under construction on Manhattan’s far west side.