Hays Financial Markets - for a record fourth year in a row.
Linzie Janis looks at the number of job losses expected to be cut in bank industry over the next year.
The Serious Fraud Office has moved a step closer to bringing criminal charges against individuals involved in rigging the key Libor interest rate after concluding that the law does cover the offences that led to Barclays being hit by a £290m fine.
Major banks face growing pressure to extract more money from, or even sever ties with, unprofitable hedge fund clients as they cut costs in the face of tough trading conditions and try to refocus on the biggest managers.
HSBC's apology scored well on length and soundbites.
Did he, or didn't he ?
Peter Ghavami, former co-head of UBS’s municipal-derivatives group, goes on trial Monday with two ex-colleagues in a bond bid-rigging probe in which banks have paid more than $700m to settle U.S. claims.
Although JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon was keen to play down talk of a succession, Dimon's latest management restructure makes it look like there are currently four serious internal candidates who will fight it out to take over from him.
Several banks under investigation for suspected rigging of euro interest rates have joined Deutsche Bank in giving information to EU antitrust regulators in the hope of lower fines if they are found guilty, two people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
HSBC has apologised for the 'shameful' systems failures that allowed the bank to launder money for terrorists and drug barons as it set aside $700m for potential fines.