An internal investigation at Deutsche Bank has found that incomplete data related to a carbon tax fraud probe were handed over to prosecutors, German magazine Der Spiegel said last week.
Less than five years on from the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers the world is maybe facing another crash of epic proportions.
UBS, sued for wrongful dismissal by two former traders in Singapore, said they were fired for serious misconduct and won a bid to seal documents in the cases.
As the Standard Chartered chairman, Sir John Peace, was obliged to remind us the other day, the bank accepts responsibility for "past knowing and wilful criminal conduct" in violating US economic sanctions.
According to the latest CBI / PwC Financial Services Survey, activity in the sector rebounded strongly in the three months to March, with a robust rise in business volumes and an increase in profits.
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Bank of America co-COO Thomas Montag received a 21% raise to $14.5m for 2012, topping his boss Brian Moynihan for the third straight year.
A former SAC Capital Advisors portfolio manager pleaded not guilty on Friday to a five-count criminal indictment alleging that he engaged in insider trading on shares of two technology companies.
Morgan Stanley gave Colm Kelleher and Greg Fleming, the leaders of its two businesses, compensation packages of $8.6m each for 2012, a decline of 7% from a year earlier.
A federal judge in Manhattan on Thursday dismissed two lawsuits in which participants in Morgan Stanley's retirement plan accused the firm of mismanaging some plans by allowing participants' money to remain in its stock even as its performance faltered in 2008.
Speculation about a wave of takeovers in the supermarket sector has helped fuel a near 5% rise in the shares of Morrisons.
The eurozone’s private sector is growing at its fastest rate in four years, with business confidence boosted by the easing of the Greek debt crisis despite growing fears over global growth.
One of the City’s most influential shareholder groups has issued a warning about planned changes to a multimillion-pound bonus scheme at Sports Direct, the retail chain run by Mike Ashley, the owner of Newcastle United football club.