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A sturdy man in his early 40s, he has been working as an research analyst for over a decade. We meet in central London over a beer.
Citigroup's online timeline commemorating its 200th anniversary presents a story of achievement, progress and world-uniting vision, but it says little about the Republic of Haiti - and no wonder.
by Cora Currier, ProPublica
Morgan Stanley celebrated the opening of the Morgan Stanley Clinical Building at Great Ormond Street Hospital Thursday.
Nothing lasts forever, Lloyd.
An unusual study of traders’ spit may offer a taste of the future in how we understand what drives markets - and why they aren’t as stable and efficient as we might hope.
A recent survey conducted at TradeTech London by IPC Systems, Inc, a leading provider of voice and electronic trading communications solutions to the world’s top financial services firms, has revealed that nearly 70% of investment bank staff think that the City is lagging behind in preparation for the Games with nearly half of respondents unsure whether their company has a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) in place.
Here's the written testimony of Jamie Dimon before the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon blamed the bank's $2bn-plus trading losses on 'poorly conceived' strategies of senior executives who failed to keep him informed, as he escaped largely unscathed Wednesday from a Senate banking committee hearing set up to investigate the affair.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined The Bank of New York Mellon London Branch (BNYMLB) and The Bank of New York Mellon International Limited (BNYMIL) (together ‘the Firms’) £126m for failing to comply with the FCA Client Assets Sourcebook (Custody Rules, or CASS), which applies to safe custody assets and to client money.
JPMorgan is concerned about loans that finance some leveraged buyouts, and is scaling back from what is a booming area, even as its overall loan portfolio grows, a top executive said in an interview.
Former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson tells CNBC the growth model powering China's economy is running out of steam.