Add Goldman Sachs to the list of banks under regulatory review over Panamanian shell companies.
A vote to leave the EU risks sending the pound sharply lower, stoking inflation, raising unemployment and denting economic growth, the Bank of England warned as its policymakers voted unanimously to keep interest rates at their record low.
Marks & Spencer has revealed a shake up of its senior management team "to drive speedier decision making and move the business closer to its customers".
Societe Generale Chief Executive Officer Frederic Oudea testified before the French Senate about disclosures of the bank’s offshore dealings in the Panama document leak.
Independent Community Bankers of America President Camden Fine and the JPMorgan Chase CEO trade blame for "bank-on-bank violence."
A former Barclays banker pleaded guilty to offences related to Libor-rigging around 19 months ago, fraud squad prosecutors said in court today.
The European commission has blocked Three’s £10.25bn takeover of O2 on competition grounds, more than a year after the deal to form Britain’s biggest mobile phone operator was announced.
Half of the 2,000 staff earmarked to go from Credit Suisse's global markets division have already been notified, the bank said on Tuesday, as it reported a swing to a first-quarter loss.
Morgan Stanley’s commodities-trading unit, based in the firm’s suburban New York campus for more than a decade, is returning to Manhattan.
Moelis & Company has announced the expansion of its global footprint through a strategic alliance with Alfaro, Dávila y Ríos, S.C. (ADR), the leading independent strategic and financial advisory firm in Mexico. Moelis is now present in Brazil and Mexico, Latin America’s two largest markets.
The UK’s jobs market bounced back in August after a rise in full-time jobs that made up some of the ground lost in June and July.
The release of the latest GDP figures brought good news.