Bank stocks rose on the back of stronger-than-expected quarterly results from three major U.S. banks.
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Credit Suisse has hired Jason Wortendyke from rival Citigroup as co-head of its global diversified industrials, aerospace and defense investment banking group, according to an internal memo on Thursday reviewed by Reuters.
Deutsche Bank has seen some outflows from its wealth management division but the withdrawals were not significant, senior executives told Reuters, responding to concerns about the possible impact of a U.S. fine.
JPMorgan CFO Marianne Lake said Friday that her bank is conducting a "deep dive" into potential cross-selling issues.
Citigroup announced third-quarter earnings and revenue Friday morning that topped Wall Street expectations.
The bank posted earnings of $1.03 a share, versus the estimated $1.01 a share.
It is "definitely very early to say" what the implications of Brexit will be on the financial industry and on London, VTB Capital Global CEO Alexei Yakovitsky told CNBC Wednesday, in a softening of rhetoric following recent reports the Russian bank was considering moving its investment banking headquarters away from the U.K. capital.
The pound endured another day of pressure from investors on Tuesday after continued jitters on the foreign exchange markets pushed it down more than two cents to $1.21.
The only American suspect named in the largest known hack of Wall Street is negotiating his return to the U.S. from a detention cell in Russia, where he’s no longer welcome, people familiar with the talks said.
It wasn't just Deutsche Bank that was grappling with big questions about the future at the International Monetary Fund meetings in Washington earlier this month.
A very competitive landscape is likely to see more consolidation.
UBS, the world’s biggest manager of money for the wealthy, is going downmarket in a bid to scale up.
The staff say they were denied payouts due 'significant media and political pressure'.
Frankfurt is seen upping attempts to attract financial firms, amid reports that banks such as Goldman Sachs are mulling relocation of some operations.
Credit Suisse, the bank seeking to lower costs at its investment bank, cut two equity analyst positions in Dubai and reduced jobs in South Africa, including researchers covering stocks, according to people familiar with the matter.
A former Credit Suisse trader accused by U.K. prosecutors of concealing about $18m of losses after taking inappropriately risky positions won the dismissal of criminal charges after years of investigations.
The San Francisco-based lender is no longer accredited, making it possibly the biggest business ever to fall into that category.
Top European central bankers have warned against politicians interfering in monetary policy, amid intense scrutiny of Mark Carney’s interest-rate strategy following the Brexit vote.