London’s financial lobby group warned that the city’s status as the world’s pre-eminent financial hub could be undermined if the U.K. loses the right to sell its services freely within the European Union as doubts mount over Britain’s ability to retain full access to the trading bloc.
JPMorgan’s contract to provide debit cards to inmates released from federal prison may have backfired after a former convict raised a ruckus.
J.P. Morgan on Tuesday appointed Rossano Nonino as Chief Investment Officer for real estate in Brazil, the office for which is based in Sao Paulo.
French advertising giant Publicis has announced that Kevin Roberts, the executive chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi, has resigned.
Britain's competition watchdog Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has accepted in principle merger undertakings between Tullett Prebon and ICAP.
Standard Chartered's share price has jumped even as it reported a 46 per cent fall in profits and said it was not yet ready to reinstate interim an interim dividend.
HSBC has admitted it is breaching a US regulator’s order to bolster its defences against financial crime as it announced a slump in first-half profits.
Frederic Oudea, the chief executive of Societe Generale, played down the tests' importance as the bank reported a rise in income.
The Bank of England needs to use a sledgehammer to combat a severe economic downturn caused by the vote to leave the EU, one of Britain’s most respected thinktanks has warned.
The business of picking stocks and bonds for clients is getting smaller by the day.
Morgan Stanley Chief Operating Officer Jim Rosenthal will retire at the end of the year, according to an internal memo sent to employees by CEO James Gorman on Friday.
U.S. and U.K authorities have made progress in their investigation into allegations that Deutsche Bank helped its clients in Russia disguise suspicious trades, and a settlement could come by the first half of next year, people familiar with the matter said.