Having a Christmas Party this year ? Not all firms are celebrating.
Credit Suisse have reached a confidential settlement with a 57-year-old analyst who won an age-discrimination claim against the bank earlier this year.
A much more positive tone is revealed in the fifth Outlook for Investment Banking Services, the annual survey of corporate decision-makers from Thomson Reuters and Freeman Consulting Services.
The U.K.’s Investment Management Association is pressing regulators to provide more information about the alleged manipulation of the foreign-exchange market, said two people with knowledge of the matter.
Wall Street’s big banks are squeezing financial advisors and their clients out, industry veterans are saying.
Its storied past has been has been marred by its near collapse during the 2008 financial crisis and subsequent sale to Bank of America. But Winthrop H. Smith Jr., says he does not want the firm remembered this way.
A low profile is probably a good thing.
A shareholder who suffered losses in a penny stock trading debacle in Singapore is suing Goldman Sachs, accusing the investment bank of arbitrarily selling her holdings and saying the sales contributed to a crash in their prices.
It's good to be top.
Good news, or bad ?
Volkswagen has said the number of cars with irregular carbon dioxide levels is far lower than originally feared, providing some much-needed respite for the beleaguered German carmarker.
A fired Morgan Stanley financial adviser facing prison for downloading data on hundreds of thousands of customer accounts to a home server says he’s been told the bank 'suspected' Russian hackers got access to the information and offered to sell it on the Internet.
Deutsche Bank’s path to higher returns in its trading business probably won’t be through dealing German bunds.