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Working through a long list of legal problems, JPMorgan Chase is starting the new year with another steep payout to the government.
The New York Federal Reserve Bank filed a motion on Friday to dismiss a lawsuit brought by a former employee who claimed she was fired after refusing to alter a critical examination of Goldman Sachs.
Goldman retains crown, UBS on the rise.
Bill Gross, the money manager known as 'The Bond King', misjudged the timing and impact of the Federal Reserve’s plan to scale back its asset purchases in 2013, spurring the Pimco Total Return Fund’s biggest decline in almost two decades.
Activist investors determined to shake up the way companies do business are amassing record cash for their campaigns, and now investment banks are advising clients how to anticipate and thwart such vocal investors before they even show up.
JPMorgan agreed to settle a Pittsburgh lender’s lawsuit after a judge ordered the bank to turn over the government’s draft complaint at the centre of its $13bn deal with regulators.
JPMorgan top of the heap again, Goldman on the rise.
Goldman on top, JPMorgan on the rise.
WORLDWIDE M&A DOWN 6%, DEALS OVER US$5 BILLION DOWN 18%
Banks could face an exodus of crime-fighting staff, as most compliance officers – who are responsible for making sure banks obey the law – want to quit their jobs.
Citigroup equity-trading head Kevin Russell left to become chief investment officer for an 'important client' of the firm, according to a memo sent to the bank’s staff.
UBS has hired Abudy Taha, formerly of Credit Suisse, as a managing director in leveraged-finance and capital markets.