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Russell Wasendorf Sr., the founder of the bankrupt commodities firm Peregrine Financial Group Inc., was sentenced to 50 years in prison for what prosecutors said was a theft of more than $215m from customers.
Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins has confirmed he will take no bonus for his work in 2012.
Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, has announced that ROOMY KHAN has been sentenced to one year in prison.
Edward I. Koch, the outspoken three- term New York mayor who led the biggest U.S. city from the brink of bankruptcy in the late 1970s and boosted the spirits of crime-weary residents, has died. He was 88.
In The AIG Story, the company's long-term CEO Hank Greenberg (1967 to 2005) and GW professor and corporate governance expert Lawrence Cunningham chronicle the origins of the company and its relentless pioneering of open markets everywhere in the world.
Under the spotlight is Irv Rothman, President and CEO of HP Financial Services, and author of 'Out-Executing the Competition: Building and Growing a Financial Services Company in Any Economy'.
'These are not particularly impressive individuals'.
Barclays is said to be being investigated over allegations that it lent Qatar money to invest in itself during the financial crisis, so avoiding a government bail-out.
Libor rigging was commonplace at UBS and was as easy as offering colleagues a bar of chocolate, Tom Hayes said in a nine-year-old Internet message shown to jurors at his criminal trial.
HSBC’s head of European equities, David Long, has left just nine months after joining the lender’s securities unit, according to two people with knowledge of his departure.
UBS and Morgan Stanley increased the assets they manage for the world’s wealthiest people to more than $2tril for the first time, according to a study.