Bank of America Merrill Lynch has poached Nomura's Australian head of mergers and acquisitions Grant Chamberlain, a person familiar with the matter said Thursday.
Deutsche Bank has reached a $17.5m settlement with Massachusetts regulators who said the firm’s employees didn’t disclose conflicts of interest tied to collateralized debt obligations before the financial crisis.
An explosive lawsuit accusing the country’s biggest private-equity firms of conspiring to drive down prices on deals is moving forward after surviving its biggest legal challenge yet.
Think a celebrity job is all glitz and glamour ? A headhunter and Lady Gaga's bodyguard detail a few of the often rigorous requirements.
After becoming the world’s most valuable company in 2012, Apple is experiencing a serious drop in profits entering 2013, and the gap between the company and the other tech giants has got smaller.
The stock rally, low fixed-income yields, plateauing commodities and legal pressures have mired hedge funds in uncertainty, raising questions amid growing frustration by many investors.
UBS CEO Sergio Ermotti’s 2012 pay of $9.3m was dwarfed by the $26.1m in cash and stock investment bank head Andrea Orcel got on joining the firm.
JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon has called the bank’s money-losing London Whale trade 'harpooned' and 'killed'. Today in Washington, it will be revived.
London's financial sector was last night bracing itself for another official investigation into alleged price-fixing following reports that a US regulator is considering launching an inquiry into the City's gold and silver markets.
When the folks who run the LeBron James Family Foundation want to track the academic progress of students it helps, they turn to an unlikely developer of software programs: JPMorgan Chase.
China’s stock-market collapse has put an abrupt end to Citic Securities’ ascent among the world’s biggest brokerages by market capitalization.
Royal Bank of Scotland has lost a bid to escape a U.S. regulator's lawsuit accusing it of misleading Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into buying $32bn of mortgage-backed securities ahead of the financial crisis.