Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd. has axed its traditional A$1,000 ($746) share bonus for staff this year, citing the need to cut expenses.
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Teresa Teague, a former Hong Kong-based partner at Goldman Sachs, is teaming up with other well-connected dealmakers to start a boutique investment advisory firm linking Chinese investors with foreign deals.
Aberdeen Asset Management head Martin Gilbert said he’d like to do a U.S. deal similar to U.K. peer Henderson Group’s “very smart” tie-up with Janus Capital.
Women still can’t get a toehold into the top jobs of global finance, according to a new study.
Mergers and acquisitions are ramping up in the U.S. oil patch following a deal drought.
The advice for 2017 is clear: sell credit to buy equities – the opposite advice of a year ago, Morgan Stanley said in its latest global strategy outlook.
President-elect Donald Trump may have a tougher time making good on his campaign promises than expected, Strategas' Dan Clifton tells CNBC.
Morgan Stanley took Japan equities to overweight from underweight, making it the top regional pick globally, replacing the U.S.
Deutsche Bank is heading for its best annual performance in South Africa after winning a key role on the biggest beer acquisition in history.
Labour rules make people difficult to fire.
'I am in a dark place'.
Citigroup hired JPMorgan’s Nicole Nunag as a managing director to expand its private-banking unit in the New York City area.
A Paris appeals court ruled that the suicide of a banker at HSBC’s French unit nearly a decade ago was “work-related” and triggered by a negative review during his annual evaluation.
If they're right, the average lifespan of 79 years will be a thing of the past, and humans could live for decades longer.
America First sounds just about right to one corner of Wall Street - at least when it comes to doing business.
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UBS held on to its position as Europe's top equities broker in 2016, according to a Greenwich Associates survey, helped by its strength in algorithmic trading and research.
Julius Baer is pushing ahead with a recruitment drive in Asia, hiring close to 20 Singapore-based bankers from BSI SA, the wealth manager caught up in the scandal surrounding 1Malaysia Development Bhd., according to a person familiar with the matter.
Royal Bank of Scotland is being forced to justify if the £400m it has set aside to compensate small business customers will be large enough to meet the claims from those who argue they have been mistreated by the bailed-out bank.
Plans by leading Italian banks to raise billions of euros from investors to boost their financial strength have been damaged by the outcome of Sunday’s referendum, a leading ratings agency said on Tuesday as it downgraded its outlook for the sector.