The last office taboo for women.
In the depths of the financial crisis, Jamie Dimon, the chief executive of JPMorgan, and his top lieutenants were hailed as 'The Survivors' on a Fortune magazine cover. Today, of the 15 executives featured in that article, only three remain - and one of them has been demoted.
UBS has reported first-quarter earnings that beat analyst estimates on higher revenues at the investment bank and in wealth management.
BNP Paribas, Societe Generale and Credit Agricole, which spent much of the European-crisis years fixing operations outside France, are now counting the cost of the economic slump at home.
Goldman Sachs, which has been advising Apple on how to deal with its multibillion- dollar cash pile, and Deutsche Bank are in the lead to help the iPhone maker sell bonds for the first time in 17 years.
Andres Luther, co-head of corporate communications at Credit Suisse, will leave the Swiss bank to join consultancy Hirzel.Neef.Schmid.Counselors as a partner at the start of 2014.
Former Bank of America Wealth Management President Sallie Krawcheck spoke with FOX Business Network’s (FBN) Liz Claman Monday.
As the Federal Reserve meets this week, it's nearly a given on Wall Street that Chairman Ben Bernanke will not be presiding over the Fed at this time next year.
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced that Greenwich, Conn.-based hedge fund advisory firm Level Global Investors has agreed to pay more than $21.5m to settle charges that its co-founder, who also served as a portfolio manager, and its analyst engaged in repeated insider trading in the securities of Dell Inc. and Nvidia Corp.
Nomura has announced St Giles Trust as its new London Charity Partner.
It has been a tough year for China. Premier Li Keqiang’s plan to have slower but better balanced growth has run into difficulties and Beijing’s struggle to transform its economic model has prompted fears that the world’s second-biggest economy could be the source of the next global downturn.
Nine major banks including Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), HSBC and Barclays have settled a $2bn (£1.28bn) claim brought by investors in a US court for losses caused by the rigging of foreign exchange markets.
US M&A activity totals $1.4 trillion, up 62% compared to YTD 2014 levels