Known as the 'king of mining M&A', Ian Hannam worked on nearly every major deal in natural resources over the past 10 years, from the merger of BHP and Billiton to the creation of Kazakhmys.
I need more money. That, bluntly, was the message sent out by Christine Lagarde as she warned a Washington audience that the world was deluding itself if it imagined everything was once again rosy.
Zero to hero ?
Rochdale Securities Dick Bove and Vadim Zlotnikov, Chief Market Strategist at AllianceBernstein, speak on Bloomberg TV about the outlook for stocks.
Here's the Thomson Reuters Q1 Worldwide M&A league table.
One of JP Morgan Cazenove's most senior banks has resigned after the City watchdog announced it was fining him £450,000 for market abuse.
Royal Bank of Canada has announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the 50% stake that it does not already own in the joint venture RBC Dexia Investor Services Limited (RBC Dexia) from Banque Internationale à Luxembourg S. A. (BIL) for total consideration of C$1.1bn in cash.
Many of the 'Too Big to Fail' banks are still extremely big - bigger in many cases than before the financial meltdown and subsequent rounds of forced consolidation.
Potential downgrades of banks including Morgan Stanley and UBS, which could have their credit ratings cut by Moody’s Investors Service to the lowest level ever, threaten to shake up Wall Street’s balance of power.
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has announced the filing of a complaint in federal district court in New York charging the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) with conducting a multi-hundred million dollar wash sale scheme in connection with exchange-traded stock futures contracts.
A former Credit Suisse banker and a Swiss trust firm founder who pleaded guilty were spared prison after helping the U.S. government build a $2.6bn criminal tax case against the bank.
Gordon Dyal, the co-chairman of Goldman Sachs' investment banking division, has decided to retire, according to a company memo seen by Reuters.
Six managing directors at the Dutch bank ABN Amro have renounced a $109,000 bonus after a 'public commotion', the bank says.