Any EMEA involvement announced January 1st - June 30, 2016.
Any Americas involvement announced January 1st - June 30, 2016
UBS, among Swiss banks struggling to pull away from a past of helping clients dodge taxes, said it received an order from Swiss tax authorities to provide information related to a French request for assistance on tax matters.
Global debt capital markets activity up 11%
Credit Suisse named Ali Naqvi as sole head of global markets for Asia-Pacific as the investment bank moves to consolidate the management of its equities and fixed-income businesses in the region.
The Brexit vote is a setback for the government’s attempts to sell off its stake in Royal Bank of Scotland, the chief executive of the bailed-out bank said on Monday.
Sterling tumbled to a 31-year low against the dollar and oil dropped below $50 a barrel as concerns deepened over the impact of Brexit on the UK economy.
A fired Citigroup currency trader, who claimed his bosses made him a scapegoat for the foreign exchange market-manipulation scandal, said he won a ruling that he was unfairly dismissed.
Credit Suisse’s CEO Tidjane Thiam said the bank he’s been leading for a year will neither be dismantled nor sold.
Investors in Standard Life’s property funds have been told that they cannot withdraw their money, after the firm acted to stop a rush of withdrawals following the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
Germany's financial sector has revealed it has opened its doors to British bankers displaced by Brexit, and some businesses looked ready to take up the offer.
Since 2010, when the coalition embarked on austerity, one profession has turned cuts to the public sector into a business opportunity: management consultants.