Credit Suisse and other Swiss banks may lose most of the $522m guarantee payment they made to the U.K. government as part of a tax deal, the Swiss Bankers Association said.
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Amundi, Europe’s biggest asset manager with almost $1 trillion of funds, said it increased cash holdings at the expense of equities and high-yielding bonds because global growth may be weaker than expected next year.
Commerzbank, the biggest loser on Germany’s benchmark DAX Index this year, has recently steepened its decline because of unfounded speculation about risks in its shipping portfolio, said Chief Financial Officer Stephan Engels.
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Hays Financial Markets have won two of Here Is The City's 2013 top recruitment awards - Best Contingency Firm and Best Temp / Interim Firm.
Tom Hayes, the former Citi and UBS trader at the centre of a global investigation into manipulation of Libor, will indicate how he wishes to plead to eight criminal charges as early as October.
Sterling fell and bond yields tumbled after the Bank of England surprised markets by indicating it saw no reason to withdraw monetary stimulus after the first meeting of the monetary policy committee chaired by new governor Mark Carney.
Citigroup may be losing ground in a business that is central to its recovery plan, as rivals catch on to how much money the unit makes.
Entertainment banker Lisbeth Barron is going it alone.
Massachusetts’ chief securities regulator is investigating a technology failure that caused delays in the pricing of mutual funds and exchange-traded funds for several days last month.
Nomura and Royal Bank of Scotland have agreed to pay up to $33m on top of $806m that a U.S. judge ordered them to pay for making false statements in selling mortgage-backed securities.