Follow the money ?
'Most of the restructuring .... has happened'.
Bonuses here little changed, or a drop.
It's that time of the year when we look back at some of the things that happened over the last 12 months. Here's a note of some of the financial professionals, many of them relatively young, who died. Gone, but not forgotten.
A 10% increase in young bucks.
Credit rating agency Standard & Poor's incited the ire of European Union officials on Friday when it snatched away the region's top AAA rating, citing tensions between member states and a deterioration in their overall financial health.
It's a happy holiday for the financial world.
80% of larger firms say they welcome front office staff into Compliance roles.
This guy must forfeit salary and incentive pay.
UBS chairman Axel Weber has hinted he may not stay at the Swiss bank as long as originally expected, in a newspaper interview linking his future with the lender's ability to meet stricter regulation as well as to restructure by end-2015.
Eight major banks broke EU bonus cap rules last year and will have to change the way they pay their top staff this year.
The pressure on the chief executive of Volkswagen is growing after a leading investor in Germany called on Matthias Müller to step down less than two months after taking the helm at the scandal-hit carmaker.
Revenue & Customs is to close dozens of tax offices resulting in a large number of job losses as part of a plan to cut £100m in costs.