The third in the series of Evolving Banking Regulation reports from KPMG, analysing the regulatory landscape confronting European banks, concludes that the strategic, operational and change agenda challenges they face have never been greater – and that banks are now in the midst of a multi-year transition.
2013's surge in merger and acquisition-related activity is heading for Europe, according to strategists who say the continent has the same essential ingredients in place for a revival in deals as the United States.
Yep, if you're going to get laid off, then losing your job from one firm gives you a better chance - statistically speaking - to get back in the industry.
Is there suddenly a 'new morality' on Wall Street ? There is, if you believe Antony Jenkins, the chief executive officer of Barclays.
Several hundred Morgan Stanley retail branch managers descended on the JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes resort in Florida early this month for a retreat.
U.S. investigators have subpoenaed a 2011 deposition of SAC Capital Advisors LP founder Steven Cohen, whose sworn statements on insider-trading compliance may hurt him as he tries to persuade regulators not to file a lawsuit that could shut his $14bn firm.
Oscar Pistorius, the South African gold-medal winning Paralympian, denied he planned the murder of his girlfriend, saying he shot her through a locked bathroom door thinking she was a burglar.
The Securities and Exchange Commission today obtained an emergency court order to freeze assets in a Zurich, Switzerland-based trading account that was used to reap more than $1.7m from trading in advance of Friday’s public announcement about the acquisition of H.J. Heinz Company.
Investors in SAC Capital redeemed $1.68 billion Thursday, according to people familiar with the matter, a nod to a raft of legal issues that have embattled the hedge fund in recent months since a new government insider-trading case raised questions about founder Steve Cohen's potential involvement in illicit activity.
Wall Street legend Martin Zweig, famous for predicting a market crash just before Black Monday in 1987, has died, his New York firm said.
Measures of CFO expectations for the next 12 months were at their lowest levels in five years this quarter.
Britain’s best known non-fictional pub landlord has attacked the government’s new “national living wage”, claiming it will unfairly affect pubs, where staff costs amount to 75p for every pint pulled.
In honor of Amazon's "Prime Day," here is a list of the most random and unnecessary items you can find on Amazon.