Here's the list of the 11 firms which have been mentioned the most in Here Is The City during 2012.
Repercussions from Deutsche Bank's massive pre-crisis position in credit derivatives are still being felt.
Ten senior Goldman Sachs executives, including CEO Lloyd Blankfein, were on New Year's Eve given stock pegged to earlier restricted awards worth tens of millions of dollars.
U.S. regulators led by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency will replace a largely fruitless effort to find victims of botched foreclosures at the 14 biggest mortgage servicers with flat penalties, five people briefed on the talks said.
Royal Bank of Canada was the top investment-banking adviser on Canadian deals for the second straight year as mergers surged to a five-year high, led by energy.
This year risks being a "groundhog year" for the U.K.'s embattled economy as it threatens to repeat much of 2012's gloom, according to an influential think tank.
Subtract the Oracle of Omaha's charitable donations for this past year, and the total of the top 15 donors would be far less than last year's $2.6 billion.
A volatile year for initial public offerings has paved the way for a potentially meager 2013, with just a few dozen companies filing to go public within the last six months, none of which are considerable in size.
Taxpayers will end 2012 with a £23bn loss on their stakes in Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group, illustrating the difficulty the government faces in attempting to make a profit from any sell-off of the shares in the bailed-out banks.
Britain is expected to lose its AAA credit rating this year, dealing a blow to George Osborne's defence of deep spending cuts as the key to retaining Britain's status with global investors.
Deutsche Bank is considering cutting about 100 jobs in Russia as the country’s economic slump brings dealmaking to a halt, according to people with knowledge of the plan.
HSBC said it was 'monitoring the developments' in Greece after the country imposed capital controls and shut banks to avert financial collapse. HSBC’s $6bn of Greek assets is the most among European banks.
Deutsche Bank said co-Chief Executive Officer Anshu Jain didn’t mislead Germany’s central bank during an investigation of Libor rigging.