Wall Street is desperately seeking high-tech trading talent to run the new high-speed computerized trading desks that are wiping out thousands of more traditional jobs.
Global regulators may trim their list of 29 too-big-to-fail banks earmarked for capital surcharges, according to two people familiar with the talks.
Security professionals investigating the cyber attacks that crippled the websites of U.S. banks last month have discovered the tools at the heart of the attacks are more complex than previously thought and have also been found in Saudi Arabia.
JPMorgan Chase's Barry Zubrow, who oversaw risk management while the bank amassed credit- derivative bets that led to a multibillion-dollar trading loss, will retire at the end of this year.
Goldman Sachs Asset Management Chairman Jim O’Neill said he did not apply to become the next governor of the Bank of England.
Ron Teerlink, head of Royal Bank of Scotland's business services division, has announced he will leave the lender next year, marking the exit of the last former senior ABN Amro manager.
The race to become next governor of the Bank of England will enter the final straight on Monday morning as applications close in the search for a successor to Mervyn King. The inside candidate, Paul Tucker, is viewed as the favourite despite his stumble during investigations into the Libor scandal.
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The Department of Justice will announce a currency manipulation settlement with some major international banks as early as Wednesday, with certain bank holding companies expected to plead guilty to rigging foreign exchange markets.
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Wall Street has changed. But perhaps not as much as you would think.